Part of the United Kingdom situated in the north-east of the island of Ireland, created 1921
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Northern Ireland to inject £29 million into 'cultural recovery'
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Ireland's concerns over potential collapse of Brexit talks
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Sturgeon: England’s restrictions ‘will not be sufficient’
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Michelle O'Neill on possible 'circuit break' lockdown in Northern Ireland
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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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Northern Ireland government 'unlawfully' delaying pension scheme for victims of TroublesThe Northern Irish government is acting unlawfully in delaying the introduction of a compensation scheme for injured victims of the Troubles, a judge at Belfast High Court has ruled.
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