Northern Ireland’s public water company is stockpiling purification chemicals ahead of Brexit.
The Irish premier has said he raised the issue of extending the deadline for the UK leaving the EU with the British Prime Minister.
The Irish Environment Minister has assured a government committee that they are not anticipating blackouts or power outages on either side of the border in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
England captain Eoin Morgan has vowed to do things his own way as the clock counts down to the 2019 World Cup but is happy for his predecessor, Sir Alastair Cook, to talk his side up as tournament favourites.
Today’s generation of young people say they are concerned that they will have to live with the decisions made during the Brexit negotiations, Ireland’s Minister for Children has said.
One of the rebel MPs who walked out of the Labour Party said she was “very tired” when she appeared to describe black people as having a “funny” tint or tinge.
Tommy Seymour insists losing Finn Russell will not cramp Scotland’s attacking style against France on Saturday.
The Criminal Justice Inspectorate (CJI) is to review the PSNI’s disclosure methods following the Police Ombudsman historic cases controversy.
Theresa May is meeting members of a working group seeking a compromise on the controversial Brexit backstop, amid reports that their favoured proposal may have been taken off the table.
London’s top flight ended in negative territory on Tuesday as disappointing results from HSBC helped drag the index into the red.