Brexit: Can the PM give Stormont a veto on the Irish border backstop?
Analysis: The PM is desperate to convince the DUP to back her deal, but may be making promises that cannot be kept, says John Rentoul
Northern Ireland’s local elections are a constitutional showdown
Analysis: As Brexit looms large, the prospect of a referendum on Irish unity has the DUP dusting off their old battle cries
DUP will not support May's Brexit deal in new vote
The party said they could not back the deal while the 'Irish backstop' remains a key part
May says she will resign if it means her Brexit deal passes
The prime minister said: 'I am prepared to leave this job earlier than I intended in order to do what is right for our country and our party'
May makes last ditch plea for EU to give ground in Brexit talks
PM will give a speech saying the actions of the EU will have a material impact on the outcome of a critical vote on Tuesday
No-deal Brexit 'could force NHS to ration drugs and fly in medicine'
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How millennials are breathing fresh life into the Irish language
New generations of Irish people are engaged in a very 21st century revival of their native tongue – Ben Kelly discovers how Gaelic is being dragged out of the classroom and into the outside world