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# brexit - Yesterday’s News

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# brexit - Yesterday’s News

For the first time, Jeremy Corbyn is more popular than Theresa May - poll

Just about more people think the Labour leader would make a better leader than the Prime Minister.

What's a 'hard' and 'soft' Brexit, and which one are we likely to get?

It’s been a year since the UK voted ‘Leave’ – so do we know yet what that means exactly?

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# brexit - Thursday 22 June, 2017

May says EU citizens living in the UK can stay - but without Brussels' oversight

The British Prime Minister called it a “fair and serious” offer.

Donald Tusk welcomes Ireland's 'young, energetic' new Taoiseach to Brussels

EU leaders are meeting in Brussels today.

A 'hard Brexit' could hit Ireland's budget to the tune €500 million over three years

The ESRI has sounded a warning over the impact on the economy.

# brexit - Wednesday 21 June, 2017

# brexit - Tuesday 20 June, 2017

The honeymoon's over: Leo's facing loads of challenges on his first working week on the job

It’s his first proper week as Taoiseach and he’s already facing his first scandal.

# brexit - Monday 19 June, 2017

'It has taken more time today than anything else': Ireland the hot topic on day 1 of Brexit talks

Today was the first day of Brexit negotiations between the UK and EU.

Leo travels to London to discuss Brexit and Northern Ireland

The new Taoiseach will meet Theresa May at Downing Street today.

UK seeks deal 'like no other in history' as Brexit talks kick off

It’s been almost a year since the shock referendum result.

# brexit - Tuesday 13 June, 2017

Peace process 'under stress' by a Tory-DUP government - but May isn't worried

Prime Minister Theresa May’s response: her government still supports the peace process.

'Sensible' Tories holding secret talks with Labour to ensure a soft Brexit

Theresa May is facing pressure on all sides as she looks to form a government to lead the Brexit negotiations.

'Ill judged': People are criticising Belfast Airport's 'Brexit' advertisement campaign

The airport yesterday launched its Vote to Leave campaign, which is directed towards people living in the six border counties of the Republic of Ireland.

# brexit - Monday 12 June, 2017

There's been a 96% drop in EU nurses going to work in the UK since Brexit

Last July, 1,304 nurses from the EU registered in the UK but only 46 registered this April.

# brexit - Friday 9 June, 2017

'Europe is voting for the centre again, and is endorsing more Europe, not less'

Ireland should retain and strengthen its close European ties at a time of increasing global change, writes David Higgins.

# brexit - Thursday 8 June, 2017

Is the UK taking a step back from human rights protections?

Theresa May is talking about ‘ripping up’ human rights laws – so how important is it that she doesn’t?

# brexit - Saturday 3 June, 2017

Poll: Who do you want to be the next British Prime Minister? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you want to be the next British Prime Minister?

The Labour party is catching up with the Conservatives in the polls.

May accused of 'broken promises', but defends 'having the balls to call election'

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, meanwhile, was criticised over his “letter to Santa Claus” – also known as his party’s spending manifesto.

# brexit - Wednesday 31 May, 2017

Just one in four of Ireland's key Brexit positions have been filled so far

Only 13 of 50 new Brexit roles created at Irish State agencies have been recruited.

# brexit - Tuesday 30 May, 2017

Jeremy Paxman had May and Corbyn in his sights last night but failed to land a knockout punch Battle For Number 10 This post contains videos

Jeremy Paxman had May and Corbyn in his sights last night but failed to land a knockout punch

Corbyn faced tough questioning on his past IRA comments on Sky News and Channel 4 last night.

# brexit - Sunday 28 May, 2017

'Anything to keep the Tories out': How the Irish living in Britain are voting in the general election Decision Time This post contains a poll

'Anything to keep the Tories out': How the Irish living in Britain are voting in the general election

TheJournal.ie spoke to Irish citizens living in Britain to get their views ahead of next month’s election.

# brexit - Monday 22 May, 2017

A new leader, but most Irish people don't want another election

There’s not much appetite to go back to the polls.

Most Irish people want to stay in the EU even if Brexit deal is bad for us

An RTÉ opinion poll has found that voters want to see a closer-knit Europe after Britain leaves the EU.

Brexit: 'We do not want the British sailing off like some pirate state, joining the Trump administration'

We need to step up now and talk both sides in these talks back from the cliff edge, writes Eamon Ryan.

# brexit - Sunday 21 May, 2017

'It's never mattered more': Brits living in Ireland have until tomorrow to have a say in general election

UK citizens living in Ireland who registered to vote up to 15 years ago can vote in the upcoming general election.

# brexit - Wednesday 17 May, 2017

Scottish financial giant Standard Life says Dublin will likely be its new EU base

The company wants to keep access to the single market after Brexit.

# brexit - Tuesday 16 May, 2017

'Radical' or 'nonsensical'? Jeremy Corbyn's manifesto takes aim at high-earners

A rise in UK corporation tax and no hard border with the North: Labour’s manifesto is good news for Ireland.

# brexit - Monday 15 May, 2017

Angry voter confronts Theresa May over welfare cuts

“I can’t live on £100 a month.”

# brexit - Sunday 14 May, 2017

Tory councillor suspended following racist anti-Irish tweet during Eurovision

‘Thanks Ireland. You can keep your f’king gypsies! Hard border coming folks!’

# brexit - Saturday 13 May, 2017

'Now's the best time to start a company because everyone else is scared s**tless'

Irish founder Dylan Collins thinks Brexit will be a godsend for any entrepreneur with guts.

New poll reveals Britain wants to leave the Eurovision Song Contest

We’ll never get 12 points again…

'Tony, will Brexit bring about a united Ireland?': Blair is back and has views on Ireland

Tony Blair was asked if Brexit is going to bring about a united Ireland yesterday.

# brexit - Friday 12 May, 2017

Tony Blair says language of Good Friday Agreement will have to be amended due to Brexit

Blair said a hard border between the countries would be a disaster.

# brexit - Thursday 11 May, 2017

'Treated like Nelson Mandela or JFK': International media say Ireland is trying to woo EU Brexit boss

There was a lot of pomp and ceremony for Michel Barnier – the man who will lead Europe’s Brexit negotiations.

# brexit - Wednesday 10 May, 2017

A non-EU parent has a right to residency if their child is an EU citizen

An EU court ruled on the case of a Venezuelan woman who entered the Netherlands as a visitor and had a child with a Dutch national.

# brexit - Monday 8 May, 2017

Facebook publishes ads in newspapers warning people about fake news

Misinformation spread via the social network is thought to have influenced the election of Donald Trump and the Brexit vote.

# brexit - Sunday 7 May, 2017

So small the townsfolk have their own WhatsApp group, this village is the centre of the EU after Brexit

Gadheim, Germany will be the geographical centre of the EU when the UK leaves.

# brexit - Thursday 4 May, 2017

One major UK supermarket is going 'British-only' for beef - and it wants others to follow suit

Irish farmers fear there will be a domino effect in the key export market as Brexit looms.

# brexit - Wednesday 3 May, 2017

Theresa May accuses EU of making 'threats against Britain' to influence election Them's Fightin' Words This post contains videos

Theresa May accuses EU of making 'threats against Britain' to influence election

The Prime Minister said that there are “some in Brussels who do not want these [Brexit] talks to succeed”.

Varadkar says Farage 'takes the biscuit' with 'hilarious' comment that the EU is 'stoking Irish nationalism' United Ireland This post contains videos

Varadkar says Farage 'takes the biscuit' with 'hilarious' comment that the EU is 'stoking Irish nationalism'

Farage said the EU is doing it to make things difficult for the UK.

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