A successful outcome to the talks at Stormont is crucial if corporation tax powers are to be devolved.
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Scottish devolution and questions about free speech have prompted a resurgence of one of our oldest ethical debates.
DUP Leader and Northern Ireland’s first minister Peter Robinson has sought to defend one of his MPs who launched a tirade against Sinn Fein over the weekend.
The SDLP will not enter into any pacts or deals with Sinn Fein, according to its leader Mike Nesbitt.
Anna Lo – the UK’s only parliamentary politician of Chinese origin – has said she will not seek re-election to the Northern Ireland Assembly in 2016. One of the reasons she cites is racism.
Northern Ireland’s political parties look set for a head on collision amidst warnings from the Executive’s finance minister of substantial budget cuts to come.