Part of the United Kingdom situated in the north-east of the island of Ireland, created 1921
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London mayor calls on PM to work with him on coronavirus
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Northern Ireland imposes restrictions on social gatherings
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Northern Ireland announces extra restrictions on social gatherings
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Van Morrison Rallies Against COVID-19 Lockdowns
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Biden warning for a US-UK post-Brexit trade deal
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Liaison: Bill changes are "belt and braces" to NI protocol
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Raab says EU ‘politicisation’ of NI issue threatens Good Friday Agreement
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Liam Neeson fears Covid-19 will kill the arts in his native Northern Ireland
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Arlene Foster warns EU to stop using Northern Ireland as a 'play thing'
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Brexit: EU will 'not be shy' in taking legal action if UK put Northern Ireland peace deal at risk
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William calls for more help to look after emergency service workers
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How does Boris Johnson's new Brexit bill violate international law?
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Former PM Theresa May questions Government over trust
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Minister: Planned NI legislation "breaks international law"
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Brandon Lewis takes urgent question on Brexit plans
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Brexit: Von der Leyen warns no deal if UK breaks 'international law' on Northern Ireland
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UK tourists angered by changes to nations' exemption lists
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Pierce Brosnan to play WWII veteran in The Last Rifleman
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Back to school: Children return to classes in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
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Darren Randolph: The anti-racism message still hasn’t sunk in
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Hume - the pivotal peacemaker in Northern IrelandAs SDLP leader, John Hume played a major role in bringing about Northern Ireland's peace process.
John Hume: Nobel Peace Prize winner dies aged 81The former SDLP leader helped create the climate that brought an end to the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
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Much of UK ends quarantine for dozens of countriesTravellers to England, Wales and Northern Ireland from many countries no longer have to self-isolate.
'Tins of Guinness aren't the same': Pints flow as pubs reopen in Northern Ireland'It feels safer than the supermarket,' pub-goers tell Amanda Ferguson in Belfast
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Coronavirus: Northern Ireland records no new cases for first time since lockdown'We continue to make significant progress in forcing the virus into retreat' says health minister Robin Swann
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Jean Kennedy Smith, last surviving sibling of JFK, is dead at 92Jean Kennedy Smith, the last surviving sibling of slain President John F. Kennedy, who as U.S. ambassador to Ireland in the 1990s played a pivotal role in the Northern Irish peace process, died on..
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Why hundreds of women are still coming from Northern Ireland and the Republic for abortions despite change in law'There are many people who have needed to travel who have been forced to continue unwanted pregnancies,' says campaigner
Lyra McKee: Police recover gun used in journalist's murderA gun found by investigators in Northern Ireland last week is the weapon that was used to murder journalist Lyra McKee, police say.
Scotland, Northern Ireland report no new COVID-19 deaths in past 24 hoursScotland has recorded no deaths of patients who have tested positive for coronavirus in the past 24 hours, Scottish health minister Jeane Freeman said on Sunday.
Stella Creasy holds her baby in parliament during Northern Ireland abortion debateArdent campaigner for decriminalisation warns devolution 'doesn't absolve us of our responsibility to uphold the human rights of every UK citizen'
Coronavirus: National Trust to reopen gardens and parksThose who pre-book will be able to visit some sites in England and Northern Ireland from 3 June.
UK weather: Flood warnings issued in Scotland as high winds and heavy rain to lash UKGales of 50 to 60mph possible for parts of north Wales, northwest England, Northern Ireland and western Scotland, says Met Office
UK to set out quarantine measures for international arrivalsThe United Kingdom will on Friday set out details of its plans for a quarantine for international arrivals, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said.
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Coronavirus: Northern Ireland to allow groups of six people to meet outdoors in further easing of lockdownNorthern 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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O'Neill leaves role as Northern Ireland managerMichael O'Neill permanently leaves his role as Northern Ireland manager after eight years.