Khalid Masood: Suicidal mental patient or hardened IS terrorist?

The attacker who killed three people near parliament in London before being shot dead is named as British-born Khalid Masood.

Sinn Fein to oppose any attempt to return to direct British rule

Northern Ireland's main nationalist and unionist parties were given until March 27 to form a power-sharing government.

Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on March 29

European Council President Donald Tusk will present the draft Brexit guidelines to the remaining 27 states of the bloc within 48 hours.

Dublin wants to replace London as hub for financial firms after Brexit

Dublin's financial district barely existed three decades ago but today stretches for nearly a mile on both banks of the river.

UK rejects guarantee for EU nationals in Article 50 bill

Earlier this month members of the upper house of Britain's parliament attached a condition to the legislation which said May could only trigger divorce talks if she promised to protect EU citizens' rights.

EU member states’ leaders call for unity as they brace for Brexit

The informal summit of the 27 leaders came on the heels of a bitter spat.

Sinn Fein surge creates new Northern Ireland landscape

The party's new leader in Northern Ireland, Michelle O'Neill, called the outcome "a great day for equality."

Who’s side is Brexit MEP Nigel Farage really on? Judge for yourself!

British anti-EU campaigner Nigel Farage posted a picture of him having "dinner with The Donald" on Twitter.

Russia to veto UN resolution to impose sanctions on Syria

Russia says it will veto a UN Security Council resolution drafted by the US, Britain and France to impose sanctions on Syria over allegations of chemical weapons use.

Brexit, Trump and now Ranieri

Former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri said his "dream died" after being sacked nine months after leading them to an extraordinary Premier League title.