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The prime minister has dismissed suggestions that his Brexit deal breached the principle of consent. "In all frankness I do think it a pity that it is thought necessary for one side or the other of the debate in Northern Ireland to have a veto on those arrangements," Boris Johnson told MPs. He argued that the Brexit referendum had taken place on a straight majority basis, adding: "I think that principle should be applied elsewhere, I see no reason why it should not apply in Northern Ireland as well."
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has asked Boris Johnson to reconsider his Brexit deal and ensure the UK leaves the EU ''as one nation". Directly addressing the prime minister in the House of Parliament during a debate on the Brexit deal vote, Mr Dodds said there may be special circumstances for Northern Ireland. But he added that that "can only be with the consent of the people of Northern Ireland, unionists and nationalists together."
A29 Armagh both ways severe accident, at Blairmont Road.
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Former Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has refuted claims he played a role in the abduction and murder of Jean McConville in 1972. He was called to give evidence during a special legal action against veteran republican Ivor Bell related to the murder of the mother-of-10. Mr Bell was found not guilty. BBC News NI looks back at allegations against Mr Adams and his denial of any involvement with the IRA or Mrs McConville's killing.
A new state-of-the-art aviation suite has been installed at Belfast Met's Castlereagh campus. The mock cabin is designed to enable students, studying cabin crew and aviation operations, to get hands-on experience. Course co-ordinator Sharon Rolt has worked in the aviation industry for 27 years. She says while there has been "some turbulence" in recent weeks, "there are still plenty of future careers prospects". "You have to wear many hats when you're a cabin crew member," said Ms Rolt. "Health and safety, disruptive passengers - the perception that you are just a 'trolley dolly' is not true at all."
A family recounts the ordeal of a gun attack at their home in the Waterside in Londonderry.
Lucinda Graham has experienced various challenges with mental health. During her time at university, the impact increased to an extent that she felt unable to leave her home for days. The 23-year-old from County Down is passionate about encouraging others who are having a difficult time to speak out and get the help they need. Queen's University (QUB), Ulster University (UU) and their students' unions are working together to help students access mental health services. Information is also available on the QUB and UU wellbeing websites.
More than 30,000 people climbed Slieve Gullion last year... now the mountain is getting a little tender loving care.
The sister of Charlotte Murray appeals to her killer to reveal the location of her body.
An employment tribunal rules an officer was discriminated against for refusing to shave his beard.
We want to help emerging filmmakers in Northern Ireland the chance to have their voices heard.