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Whitehall sources warn amending the Human Rights Act to halt Troubles prosecutions could fail on its own terms and have damaging consequences.
The New Statesman team discuss the campaign's second week.
The independent unionist’s retirement opens up an unpredictable scrap for North Down.
Rebel activists will defy the national party to run in Fermanagh and South Tyrone, complicating a tight race in one of Northern Ireland's most marginal seats.
The Ulster Unionists have reneged on their promise to fight the DUP’s Nigel Dodds in North Belfast.
Northern Ireland’s RHI scandal feels so implausible that, in his new account of the fall of devolution, Sam McBride feels it necessary to assure the reader that it is all true.
The DUP leader has accused Steve Aiken, the UUP's leader-in-waiting, of handing seats to Sinn Féin.
Protestant unionists see the Prime Minister's proposed Brexit "solution" as a threat, but for now few are predicting that opposition will go beyond peaceful protest.
Few predicted that the Irish border would become the defining issue of Brexit – but then again, the British media never really understood the Troubles.
The Wokingham MP's understanding of the deal he backs looks a little thin.
Julian Smith has appealed to parties to enter new talks – but they are plainly unwilling.