19 June 2017, 04:31 | Taylor George
Stormont talks: Urgent need to restore devolution says Coveney
Gerry Adams, the president of Sinn Fein, on Monday called the DUP-Conservative partnership "a coalition for chaos". She also said that the talks with May's party had covered corporation tax and same sex marriage.
Irish, British PMs to meet to talk Brexit, Northern Ireland crisis
May called the election in a bid to increase her majority and strengthen her hand within her party ahead of the Brexit talks. He claimed such a deal could endanger the peace process.
What people traveling to Cuba should know about Trump's restrictions
The pro-business leaders said travel and trade with Cuba boosts American businesses and spread free market ideals to the island. A senior White House official responded that the president's September 2016 comments on the campaign trail still stand.
Nicola Sturgeon: Theresa May has "lost all authority and credibility"
When I was up in Moray last week, all parties there said that one question dominated: the prospect of the SNP's second referendum. The Tories also benefited because they have in Mrs Davidson a leader who, unlike Mrs May, comes across as a human being.