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#Brexit

# brexit - Saturday 20 January, 2018

From The Daily Edge There'll soon be 7 fewer biscuits in a packet of digestives, and no, NOTHING is sacred

UK could get a special trade deal with the EU after Brexit - Macron says

He warned that it could only happen if it accept the single market preconditions.

# brexit - Friday 19 January, 2018

Farage doesn't want second Brexit referendum but fears UK will be forced into one

Last week, Farage suggested that Britain should have a second Brexit referendum in a tweet.

# brexit - Thursday 18 January, 2018

France to lend priceless Bayeux Tapestry to Britain - but is Macron just trolling?

Historians and political commentators can’t agree on whether this is a gesture of goodwill, or a “wonderful joke”.

Poll: Do you think the UK should vote again on Brexit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the UK should vote again on Brexit?

Brexiteer Nigel Farage last week suggested that Britain should hold a second referendum on EU membership.

# brexit - Tuesday 16 January, 2018

More people now want Irish passports in Britain than the North

Demand from the UK has reached record levels.

# brexit - Saturday 13 January, 2018

Arlene Foster says no desire to be 'cut off' from Republic after Brexit

The DUP leader said “I lose none of my unionism” by her desire to protect the Peace Process.

# brexit - Thursday 11 January, 2018

Nigel Farage says maybe there should be a second Brexit referendum

He says that a second referendum would result in a “much bigger” majority for the Leave campaign.

# brexit - Tuesday 9 January, 2018

One year on from Stormont collapse, there's still no sign of a deal

It’s now one year since the power sharing executive in Northern Ireland collapsed after Sinn Féin walked out on government, citing a number of key issues with their partners the DUP.

# brexit - Monday 8 January, 2018

Nigel Farage says top EU negotiator 'clearly doesn't understand Brexit' Immigration This post contains videos

Nigel Farage says top EU negotiator 'clearly doesn't understand Brexit'

Farage criticised Michel Barnier after their meeting today.

# brexit - Thursday 4 January, 2018

Tony Blair has had a huge go at Jeremy Corbyn's position on Brexit Leaders This post contains videos

Tony Blair has had a huge go at Jeremy Corbyn's position on Brexit

Blair thinks Labour should be opposing Brexit.

# brexit - Tuesday 2 January, 2018

Ryanair applies for UK licence ahead of Brexit

Other airlines have made similar moves amid concerns that Brexit could severely disrupt air traffic between Britain and continental Europe.

# brexit - Friday 29 December, 2017

Quiz: Did a British politician say this about Ireland during the Brexit talks?

How well do you remember what British politicians have been saying about Ireland?

British infrastructure tsar quits, calling Brexit a 'populist spasm worthy of Donald Trump'

He penned a scathing resignation letter for Theresa May.

# brexit - Wednesday 27 December, 2017

Goldman Sachs says it is 'considering options' after report of UK jobs moving to Dublin

The company’s the European asset management business is set for changes.

# brexit - Tuesday 26 December, 2017

RTÉ's Tony Connelly on Brexit leaks: 'If you suppress a paper you've been given, you're crossing a line'

We talked to Ireland’s Brexit expert, who recently wrote a book on the topic.

# brexit - Sunday 24 December, 2017

Leo Varadkar says his low point of 2017 was Frances Fitzgerald's resignation

The Taoiseach told The Sunday Independent that the Brexit deal struck in December of this year was his highlight of 2017.

Government ends year on a high with satisfaction rate boost

The latest poll puts Leo Varadkar’s own approval rating at 56%.

Ireland's Brexit expert 'wouldn't rule out the possibility of more trouble' with the DUP

The journalist told us more about the day when his tweet led to the DUP scuppering a new plan on a soft border with Northern Ireland and the EU.

# brexit - Friday 22 December, 2017

'Stunning Brexit victory': The Sun claims credit for UK passports becoming blue again

In its story announcing the news, The Sun said that the UK government had agreed to its demands.

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Previewing Ireland’s economy in 2018: It’s gonna get better, before it gets worse

Brexit, US tax changes, ECB interest rate rises or the fallout from an overheating economy are not expected to weigh heavily on Ireland in 2018, writes Victor Duggan.

'We need to be grown up about it': Leo says Irish-British relations are strained

The Taoiseach said there will be a fresh push to get the Northern Ireland Executive up and running in the new year.

# brexit - Thursday 21 December, 2017

Irish Travellers in the UK may face greater levels of discrimination post-Brexit

House of Lords member David Alton says the Irish Traveller community have “long faced significant prejudice in Britain”.

# brexit - Monday 18 December, 2017

Your Christmas turkey could be chemical-filled if UK agrees on post-Brexit trade deal

Researchers found US poultry – washed in up to four chemical disinfectants – does not meet EU safety standards.

# brexit - Sunday 17 December, 2017

From The Daily Edge 8 things that Leo Varadkar needs to work into Brexit negotiations for us Brexit

8 things that Leo Varadkar needs to work into Brexit negotiations for us

On the first day of Brexit, Leo Varadkar gave to me…

Coveney says that government has to 'repair' relationship with DUP

Relations between Dublin and the North’s largest party have been strained since contentious Brexit talks a week ago.

Brexit deal 'proves the doubters wrong' - May

“Amid all the noise, we are getting on with the job.”

# brexit - Saturday 16 December, 2017

Nigel Farage claims he is 'skint' and says there is no money in politics

In an interview with the UK Daily Mail, Farage talked about his personal life, relationships and how he can’t walk around outside on his own without fear of being attacked.

May gets Brexit boost - but bigger battles await

The EU’s decision yesterday to move to the next stage of negotiations with Britain was a much-needed success for May.

# brexit - Friday 15 December, 2017

EU leaders agree to move onto phase two of Brexit talks, but warn of tough talks ahead

Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney said Britain’s phase one commitments must follow through to phase two.

# brexit - Thursday 14 December, 2017

Varadkar says he has 'absolute confidence and trust' in British government

The Taoiseach is at a two-day European Council

# brexit - Wednesday 13 December, 2017

Theresa May suffers big defeat on Brexit, with own MPs rebelling against her

The defeat means MPs will have a final vote on any deal before the UK leaves the EU.

ESRI forecasts strong growth in economy ... but Brexit will hamper some sectors

The ESRI expects unemployment rates to fall to around 5% in 2018.

# brexit - Tuesday 12 December, 2017

'Snobbery and hypocrisy when some people in the 26 counties talk about 'The North''

It’s all well and good commenting from the sidelines when people in the Republic have had the liberty to move on, writes James Cumiskey.

# brexit - Monday 11 December, 2017

'I said some': Sky News presenter defends 'some of you Irish need to get over yourselves' comment

Adam Boulton made his comments following an interview with Tánaiste Simon Coveney.

Taoiseach 'very happy' David Davis has clarified his remarks on border Brexit deal

Over the weekend, the UK’s Brexit Secretary said Friday’s border deal was not legally enforceable.

Prominent figures from Northern Ireland write open letter to the Taoiseach

“The fact that the majority of voters in the north of Ireland voted to remain will not be ignored,” the open letter says.

# brexit - Sunday 10 December, 2017

Ireland to hold UK to agreement after Brexit Minister indicates it's not legally binding

Britain’s Brexit Secretary David Davis said it was “a statement of intent more than anything else”.

Sky News presenter says 'some of you Irish need to get over yourselves' Build A Bridge This post contains videos

Sky News presenter says 'some of you Irish need to get over yourselves'

Some people have been critical of Adam Boulton’s line of questioning in an interview with Tánaiste Simon Coveney.

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