Arlene Foster

Immigration minister said she was 'probably giving birth' when it was published.
Historic pact paved the way for peace in Northern Ireland, but some fear Brexit puts it in jeopardy.
The five things you need to know about politics today.
1. SHOCK THERAPY It’s PMQs day and Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn again have enough topics to choose from when they face each
Yet, looking across the water from London, there seems a massive contradiction at the heart of Arlene Foster’s professed
This rollercoaster of a day was reflected neatly by the undulations in the price of sterling on the money markets: when a
Arlene Foster’s book collection is unlikely to contain very much that is racy, republican or feminist. I doubt you’d find
'No magic money tree for nurses... but an entire orchard appears when the Tories want something.'