Arlene Foster


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In concluding this wide-ranging agreement, we have done so on the basis of advancing the security of our nation, building prosperity for all, and supporting an exit from the European Union that benefits all parts of the United
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Jun 26 2017 Northern Ireland
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Jun 11 2017 - Northern Ireland

I'm not going to negotiate over the airwaves but what I will say is that we will of course act in the national interest and do what's right for the United Kingdom as a whole and, of course, Northern Ireland in

Jun 11 2017 - Northern Ireland

Just to be clear, we will act in the national interest. We want to do what is right for the whole of the

Jun 11 2017 - Northern Ireland

Discussions will continue next week to work on the details and to reach agreement on arrangements for the new

Jun 11 2017 - Northern Ireland

I had no need to say it to Jackie McDonald. [He] knows my views. If people want to move away from criminality, from terrorism, we will help them do that, but anyone who is engaged in this sort of activity should stop, should desist, and if they don't they should be open to the full rigour of the

Jun 11 2017 - Northern Ireland

Discussions continue but we have made good progress. I am not going to negotiate over the airwaves. But we will act in the national interest and do what it right for the United Kingdom as a whole and in particular for Northern Ireland. There has been a lot of hyperbole since Thursday. A lot of things said, a lot by people who really don't know what we stand for. Just to be clear, we will act in the national interest, we want to do what is right for the whole of the UK, we want to bring stability to he government of the United

Jun 11 2017 - Northern Ireland

We want to do what is right for the whole of the

Jun 10 2017 - Homosexuality

I could not care less what people get up to in terms of their sexuality. That's not a matter for me. When it becomes a matter for me is when people try to redefine

Jun 09 2017 - Northern Ireland

We need to do it in a way that respects the specific circumstances of Northern Ireland, and, of course, our shared history and geography with the Republic of

Jun 09 2017 - Northern Ireland

Negotiations on our exit from the European Union are about to commence and we now face uncertainty at Westminster. The prime minister has spoken with me this morning and we will enter discussions with the Conservatives to explore how it may be possible to bring stability to our nation at this time of great challenge. The union is our guiding star. We may represent Northern Ireland constituencies in the House of Commons, but we are as seized of the interests of the United Kingdom as a whole, as we are for Northern

Jun 09 2017 - Northern Ireland

I think that it will be difficult for her (May) to survive, given that she was presumed at the start of the campaign – which seems an awfully long time ago now – to come back with over 100, maybe more, in terms of her

Jun 09 2017 - Northern Ireland

And now we're in the position we find ourselves in tonight, so it will be an incredibly difficult evening for

Jun 09 2017 - Northern Ireland

It's too soon to say what we are going to do yet, we need to see the final make-up of parliament and we need to reflect on that. There will be contact made over the weekend but it is too soon to work out what we are going to

Jun 08 2017 - Northern Ireland

We have always said that we would put forward the strongest possible team in any Brexit negotiations. Obviously we want devolution back up and running again as quickly as possible so we can have a discussion about getting a distinctive Northern Ireland voice. It's important we have that Northern Ireland voice in those Brexit

Mar 27 2017 - Northern Ireland

The decision of Sinn Fein not to nominate today, and thus block the creation of a new executive, is very regrettable and damaging to all of the people that we

Mar 27 2017 - Northern Ireland

We came at the negotiations with the right attitude, wanting to make the institutions work, wanting to deliver for all citizens. Unfortunately, the DUP maintained their position in relation to blocking equality, delivery of equality for citizens – that was the

Mar 26 2017 - Northern Ireland

While regrettable, the reality is that sufficient progress was not achieved in the time available to form a new

Mar 23 2017 - Northern Ireland

Having worked with Martin McGuinness for almost a decade, I want to pay my respects to his family on the occasion of his

Mar 21 2017 - Northern Ireland

His contribution helped build the relative peace we now enjoy. While our differing backgrounds and life experiences inevitably meant there was much to separate us, we shared a deep desire to see the devolved institutions working to achieve positive results for

Mar 05 2017 - Northern Ireland

I am listening not just to those who voted for the DUP but to those who cast their votes for other parties. When the talks begin on Monday I will seek to work with other parties to create the circumstances where we can not just get the executive up and running again, but do so in a way in which it will

Mar 04 2017 - Northern Ireland

I can't dictate who leads the DUP, but I can dictate who we [Sinn Féin] go into government

Mar 04 2017 - Northern Ireland

I think it's very clear that was absolutely not about RHI. It may have been the excuse but it certainly wasn't the cause of the election. The cause of the election was Sinn Fein and republicanism wanting to rerun the election, they have mobilised their vote in a very effective way. I am pleased that the DUP has come out as the largest party in terms of votes. It is very clear in terms of unionism that it is the Democratic Unionist Party that speaks for

Jan 19 2017 - Northern Ireland

As Deputy First Minister for almost a decade Martin McGuinness has been a major figure at Stormont. While never forgetting the past, I believe the work at Stormont provided the foundations for our relative peace

Jan 16 2017 - Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland does not need, nor does its people want, an election. With the triggering of Article 50 to leave the European Union, a new president in the United States of America, a volatile global economy, now more than ever Northern Ireland needs stable

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