REPORTS from Brussels suggested that Mr Juncker warned a summit of leaders from the remaining EU 27 on Saturday that the Brexit negotiations could collapse because of the differences of the two sides on key issues.
SNP MPs in the House of Commons will provide "strong opposition" to Theresa May and could stop the prime minister from having a "free hand to do whatever she wants" in government, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Sinn Féin is facing criticism over deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald's demand for the abolition of the Republic's Special Criminal Court while publicly welcoming its conviction of a former party councillor.
THERESA May has promised not to raise VAT if the Conservatives win the general election, but signalled she will scrap a flagship "tax lock" pledge which also rules out increases to income tax and national insurance.
A Co Tyrone college has said it will do "everything" it can to support pupils after the sudden death of a young student. Elle Trowbridge, who was in Year 12 at Drumragh Integrated College in Omagh, died on Monday. The teenager, who...
Relatives of people killed by the British army have reacted angrily after a Westminster committee recommended the introduction of a statute of limitations covering the investigation and prosecution of soldiers for crimes committed during the Troubles.