Northern Ireland has special power-sharing arrangements that require the largest political parties from both communities – unionist and nationalist –
The Northern Ireland assembly, often referred to as Stormont, is the devolved legislature of Northern Ireland.
There has been no first minister or deputy first minister since February 2022. So who is running the government?
Governing without ministers
Northern Ireland during the collapse of the power-sharing executive 2017-2020Read the report
If the UK government is serious about getting a deal this time around, there are three things it must do first.
Jess Sargeant sets out the critical tests MPs and peers need to apply to the government’s contentious new legislation
The EU27 know the Northern Ireland protocol needs fixing but the UK’s unilateral approach and unrealistic proposals make that difficult to achieve.
Sir Jonathan Jones assesses how the government received legal advice on the Northern Ireland protocol.
The Northern Ireland protocol aims to avoid the introduction of a hard border on the island of Ireland in the event that there is a no-deal Brexit.
Article 16 is a safeguarding mechanism within the Ireland/Northern Ireland protocol, the arrangements agreed as part of the UK–EU Withdrawal Agreement