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#Brexit

# brexit - Today’s News

Juncker calls Brexit 'a tragedy' as he says UK's final bill will be around €58 billion

The EU Commission President said that Article 50 negotiations with the UK will be “frank and fair”.

# brexit - Yesterday’s News

'As the UK withdraws economic opportunities will arise. Ireland must aggressively pursue them'

As Chairman of the Seanad Special Select Committee, I will ensure that we will not spend our time analysing the problems Brexit poses, writes Neale Richmond.

# brexit - Monday 20 March, 2017

Theresa May will trigger Article 50 next Wednesday

Britain will formally announce its intention to leave the EU on 29 March.

# brexit - Thursday 16 March, 2017

Queen Elizabeth has given the go-ahead on Brexit with royal stamp of approval

Theresa May’s planned timeline to trigger Article 50 by the end of the month looks on course.

# brexit - Wednesday 15 March, 2017

Enda Kenny says he 'doesn't have to answer to Nigel Farage' Say You're Sorry This post contains videos

Enda Kenny says he 'doesn't have to answer to Nigel Farage'

The former Ukip leader thinks the Taoiseach should apologise to Donald Trump.

# brexit - Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Bank of China applies to set up Irish branch

Further opportunities to boost Ireland’s business relationship with China are expected post-Brexit.

From The42 'It would cause serious problems' - What impact will Brexit have for the GAA in Ulster? Brexit

'It would cause serious problems' - What impact will Brexit have for the GAA in Ulster?

Antrim hurler Neil McManus expresses his concerns for Brexit.

'A full gestation and still no delivery': When will Article 50 be triggered?

Article 50 was expected to be triggered today, but Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement yesterday has muddied the waters.

# brexit - Monday 13 March, 2017

One step closer: Theresa May gets green light to start Brexit process

The UK Prime Minister has said she will trigger Article 50 by the end of March.

Nicola Sturgeon announces plans for a second Scottish independence referendum

The last referendum on Scottish independence saw voters choose to remain as part of the UK by a small margin.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day.

# brexit - Saturday 11 March, 2017

'The Taoiseach is too slow and too mesmerised': Gerry Adams calls for Brexit clarity

Gerry Adams also accused the British government of threatening Sinn Féin with the prospect of another election.

Red tape from the EU could choke Irish tourism businesses after Brexit

Business group ITIC has criticised the government’s response to Brexit.

# brexit - Friday 10 March, 2017

Bertie Ahern says Ireland isn't 'mad enough' to leave the EU

“The whole border issue is a nightmare for us,” the former Taoiseach said.

# brexit - Thursday 9 March, 2017

Red tape from the EU could choke Irish tourism businesses after Brexit

Business group ITIC has criticised the government’s response to Brexit.

# brexit - Friday 3 March, 2017

From The42 Trump’s election and Brexit make more sense than the vote for the 10-team league Democracy Matters

Trump’s election and Brexit make more sense than the vote for the 10-team league

We’ve somehow arrived at a situation where 30% of the popular vote was sufficient to change its structure, writes John O’Sullivan.

# brexit - Monday 27 February, 2017

Theresa May to signal end of free movement for EU migrants when Article 50 is triggered

The rights of 3.6 million EU citizens already living in the UK will be protected, if British citizens abroad get the same guarantee.

# brexit - Thursday 23 February, 2017

On Brussels trip, Kenny says Brexit deal should include provision for united Ireland

Kenny said he also believed the triggering of Article 50 would be delayed a little.

# brexit - Tuesday 21 February, 2017

The Taoiseach WILL go to Washington (and here's where all his ministers are heading)

Let the annual Paddy’s Day exodus commence…

Brexit minister says Britain won't 'bribe eastern states for support'

“It’s not a divorce, it’s a new relationship.”

Opinion: 'If we choose to stick with the UK, we will probably go backwards'

There are three choices facing Ireland post-Brexit, writes Seanán Ó Coistín.

# brexit - Monday 20 February, 2017

Anger as ambassador hits out at claims Ireland will leave the EU

Daniel Mulhall criticised ‘snide’ remarks published in the Daily Telegraph.

# brexit - Saturday 18 February, 2017

Anti-Brexit campaigners create 'mock customs post' amid hard border fears

Border Communities Against Brexit staged the protest this morning.

In the cold North Sea, the Shetland Islands flirts with independence from Britain (and Scotland)

Brexit has forced the islands to think again about their situation.

# brexit - Friday 17 February, 2017

Tony Blair wants Britain to fight against Brexit

Britain is expected to officially apply to leave the EU in March.

# brexit - Thursday 16 February, 2017

One concrete benefit of Brexit: The Passport Office is hiring extra staff

230 temp staff are being hired to deal with the post-Brexit vote surge.

Hard border fears as government accused of seeking out locations for customs posts

Sinn Féin wants clarity on the ‘hard border’ issue.

# brexit - Monday 13 February, 2017

British businesses struggling to fill jobs as EU migrants stay away

Job vacancies in the UK economy remain well above historical average levels.

# brexit - Sunday 12 February, 2017

Bertie Ahern says Theresa May's Brexit strategy is putting peace in the North at risk

Ahern said any attempt to create a physical border would be “create a lot of bad feeling”.

# brexit - Wednesday 8 February, 2017

Scotland now split on independence; May says no need for second referendum

Former SNP leader Alex Salmond tweeted a picture of the poll’s close results, with the caption: “Game on…”

# brexit - Tuesday 7 February, 2017

'We will never turn our back on Europe': Scottish parliament rejects Brexit

The Scottish Parliament voted by 90 votes to 34 that the draft legislation should not proceed – but that vote has no legal force.

# brexit - Monday 6 February, 2017

Irish retailers claim they didn't have a very merry Christmas

Irish retailers claim they didn't have a very merry Christmas

Retail Ireland called their latest shopping figures “disappointing”.

# brexit - Friday 3 February, 2017

Pat Casey says it 'wasn't easy to take' Stephen Donnelly joining Fianna Fáil

The former Social Democrat and independent TD has been sharply critical of Fianna Fáil in the past.

Enda off to Malta for EU meeting but Theresa May set to be excluded

All 28 EU leaders will attend today’s meeting in Malta, with Theresa May to be excluded from the afternoon session.

# brexit - Thursday 2 February, 2017

'We are inescapably intertwined': Ireland gets a whole section in Brexit plan

The word “Ireland” appears 132 times in the 77-page Brexit whitepaper.

Irish people aren't very optimistic about Northern Ireland's future

A group of Irish adults were asked “Are you optimistic about Northern Ireland’s future?”

# brexit - Wednesday 1 February, 2017

UK MPs vote to back government Brexit bill

MPs backed legislation that would give Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations around Brexit.

# brexit - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

Celtic Tiger's Metro North likely to be fast-tracked

Dublin Port and Dublin Airport are also tipped to benefit from increased capital expenditure.

# brexit - Monday 30 January, 2017

Enda Kenny says he will tell Trump in person that he disagrees with his travel ban

The UK Prime Minister Theresa May is in Dublin today to meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

Enda Kenny will have a meeting with Theresa May in Dublin today

This visit comes after the British Prime Minister met with US President Donald Trump on Friday.

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