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# Nigel Dodds

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Boris Johnson to consider invoking Article 16 to stop 'barrier down Irish Sea'
Post-Brexit inspections on goods entering Northern Ireland from Great Britain have been suspended amid concerns over the safety of officials.
Jeffrey Donaldson replaces Nigel Dodds as DUP's Westminster leader
Meanwhile, Sammy Wilson MP has been elected as the DUP’s chief whip.
Unseated: the high-profile losers in the UK election (including Jo Swinson and Nigel Dodds)
It’s been a tough night for the Liberal Democrats and the DUP in particular.
It'll be a head-to-head between the DUP and SF as the SDLP stands aside in Belfast North
Sinn Féin announced that it would not contest three constituencies in Northern Ireland.
Investigation launched over threats towards Ulster Unionist Party staff
The DUP has also condemned the alleged intimidation.
DUP deputy leader warns mooted Brexit compromise ‘cannot work’
Nigel Dodds says Boris Johnson ‘knows very well’ Northern Ireland must remain fully part of the UK customs union.
Nigel Dodds 'would stay in the EU rather than risk Northern Ireland's place in UK'
The DUP deputy leader said that he wanted Brexit to be delivered, but not if it would risk Northern Ireland’s status within the UK.
The DUP is not happy with Theresa May's 'humiliating' Brexit delay
It had been thought that the DUP were softening their stance towards the draft Brexit deal – until this statement today.
Is the DUP moving from 'no' to yes? Dodds says they've had constructive talks with ministers
Brexiteer Jacob Rees Mogg said that he would support Theresa May’s deal if the DUP agreed to vote for it.
DUP: 'It is becoming clearer by the day that no one is ever going to build a border'
The DUP’s deputy leader said that an “east-west barrier should be no more palatable than having any new north-south barriers”.
Brexiteers worry that the EU's withdrawal agreement will turn the UK into a 'vassal state' - but what does that mean?
The draft agreement has been denounced across Britain’s political spectrum since it was unveiled on Wednesday night
DUP 'pleased' with Brexit deal but says 'more work needs to be done' on border issue
A deal to avoid a hard border has been reached between the UK and EU.
DUP accuses Varadkar of sending 'mixed messages' and 'going backwards'
“Just what is going on in Dublin?” DUP deputy Nigel Dodds has asked provocatively.
Sinn Féin defends leaflet amid accusations of 'blatant sectarianism'
A leaflet for Gerry Kelly contains census figures showing more Catholics than Protestants in North Belfast.
'IRA' claims responsibility for Belfast murder
Kevin Kearney’s believed to have been killed on Tuesday. His body was found in a city park yesterday afternoon.
Police knocked unconscious by rioters 'wielding swords and missiles' in Belfast
One officer has a suspected broken jaw and a number of people have been arrested.
DUP deputy leader hospitalised after falling ill in Westminster
Tests are still being carried out on the north Belfast MP Nigel Dodds.
DUP deputy leader tells House of Commons: Make St Patrick's Day a public holiday
Nigel Dodds asks Sir George Young, the Leader of the House of Commons, if March 17 will be made a holiday in the UK.
DUP MPs warn that EU deal may hit Ireland's corporation tax
Ian Paisley Jr and Nigel Dodds tell the House of Commons that Ireland will face further pressure to raise the 12.5 per cent rate.