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Arlene Foster

First Minister of Northern Ireland, Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party

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Arlene Foster: First Minister of Northern Ireland, Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party
Arlene Isabel Foster PC is a Northern Irish politician serving as First Minister of Northern Ireland since January 2020, and previously from 2016 to 2017. She has served as Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) since 2015 and Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly (MLA) for Fermanagh and South Tyrone since 2003.

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Stormont leaders urge public to stop mass gatherings for George Floyd protests [Video]

Stormont leaders urge public to stop mass gatherings for George Floyd protests

Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster has reiterated that mass gatherings are a breach of the coronavirus regulations. Speaking the day after thousands gathered in Belfast city centre for a..

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Arlene Foster: People shielding in Northern Ireland to be allowed outside from June 8 [Video]

Arlene Foster: People shielding in Northern Ireland to be allowed outside from June 8

Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster has said from Monday June 8 those who are shielding will be able to spend time outside with people from their own household or one person from another..

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Stormont's leaders announce proposed lockdown relaxations for Northern Ireland [Video]

Stormont's leaders announce proposed lockdown relaxations for Northern Ireland

Stormont's leaders have announced a series of proposed lockdown relaxations in Northern Ireland. The measures, which have been earmarked to come into effect from June 8, include small marriages in an..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:28Published

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Coronavirus: Northern Ireland to allow groups of six people to meet outdoors in further easing of lockdown

Northern Ireland will allow groups of up to six people to meet outdoors from Tuesday, Arlene Foster has said, in a further easing of lockdown restrictions.
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Northern Ireland coronavirus restrictions extended by three weeks

Northern Ireland will keep coronavirus restrictions in place for another three weeks, First Minister Arlene Foster said on Wednesday, keeping the British-run region in line with similar measures in..
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Difficult to see how there will not be new checks between Britain and Northern Ireland: DUP's Foster

It is difficult to see how there will not be any new checks between Britain and Northern Ireland if London pursues a trade agreement which is not aligned with the European Union, Arlene Foster, leader..
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N Ireland parties re-enter devolved government

Arlene Foster and Michelle O'Neill appointed first and deputy first ministers of Northern Ireland.
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Arlene Foster turns on Boris Johnson, saying she will never take him at his word again: 'Once bitten, twice shy'

The DUP leader Arlene Foster has accused Boris Johnson of a "betrayal" over Brexit, saying he "broke his word" that a withdrawal agreement would not include a border in the Irish Sea.
Independent - Published

Northern Ireland's DUP will not support a Corbyn-led government

Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party will not consider supporting a government led by Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, as it would be "hugely detrimental" to the United Kingdom, DUP leader..
Reuters - Published

Northern Ireland's DUP to oppose UK PM Johnson's call for an election: FT

Arlene Foster, leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), told the Financial Times that her party opposed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's call for an early election.
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DUP says it will not support Boris Johnson's Brexit deal in parliament

Opposition from Arlene Foster's party leaves PM struggling to win majority in parliament for agreement
Independent - Published

Northern Ireland's DUP leader Foster backs PM Johnson's Brexit push

The leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) Arlene Foster said on Sunday that she supported British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but could not accept leaving the EU on different..
Reuters - Published

Arlene Foster says DUP would consider backing Brexit deal if Boris Johnson secures time-limit to backstop

DUP leader insists agreement with EU can still be reached 'even at this late stage'
Independent - Published

DUP leader Arlene Foster pours cold water on idea her party could shift on Brexit red lines

'We will not support any arrangements that create a barrier to East West trade'
Independent - Published

British PM remains opposed to Northern Ireland-only backstop: DUP

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told his Northern Ireland allies that he is opposed to the idea of a so-called Northern Ireland-only backstop to get a Brexit deal done, Democratic Unionist Party..
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Brexit: Arlene Foster warns Boris Johnson that Northern Ireland-only backstop idea 'doomed to failure'

DUP leader says possible solution to Brexit impasse is 'undemocratic and unconstitutional'
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Brexit deal: Arlene Foster demands Boris Johnson meeting over fears he will cut Northern Ireland loose from UK

DUP leader arrives in London condemning any move towards 'break-up of the UK', in further headache for prime minister
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Thousands of anti-abortion protesters march on Northern Ireland parliament

DUP leader Arlene Foster joins crowd for silent demonstration
Independent - Published

Brexit: DUP leader Arlene Foster launches attack on 'belligerent' EU after private dinner with Boris Johnson

Remarks follow united front from EU in opposing attempts by new PM to renegotiate withdrawal agreement
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DUP to demand more cash for propping up Tories 'in coming weeks' in early warning to Boris Johnson

Arlene Foster tells incoming prime minister the £1bn-plus confidence and supply agreement must be renewed 'over the coming weeks'
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