Arlene Foster to quit as DUP leader and Northern Ireland first minister

Foster says she will stand aside as DUP leader on 28 May and as first minister a month later

Arlene Foster has announced she is stepping down as leader of the Democratic Unionist party and Northern Ireland’s first minister after a sudden internal party revolt.

Foster issued a statement on Wednesday afternoon saying she would step aside as DUP leader on 28 May and as first minister at the end of June, casting fresh tumult in a region hit by protests over the post-Brexit Irish Sea border.

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