Northern Ireland is getting a great deal of attention right now. What's going on?
What does the future hold for the province that has been in limbo for so long?
The two sides have moved forward, but what do we actually know about how Brexit will look?
Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, has told member states that the British government has just 48 hours to agree a text on a potential deal or it will be told that negotiations will not move on to the next stage.
Brexit-backing Conservative MPs have lined up to echo the warning of Democratic Unionist party leader, Arlene Foster, that “any form of regulatory divergence” between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK would be an unacceptable concession in Brexit negotiations.
The DUP leader, Arlene Foster, has accused the Irish government of hijacking the Brexit negotiations to promote a united Ireland.
The Democratic Unionist party has launched a scathing attack on Brussels and Dublin politicians accusing them of trying to use Northern Ireland to “blackmail” Brexit negotiators in London.
Since the election, Labour have been ahead of the Tories in most opinion polls, however, when it comes to who voters want to be the next prime minister, Theresa May is the preferred choice.
Scandals are - unfortunately - an inescapable reality of British politics. Here are five from the last twenty years.