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# brexit - Sunday 23 April, 2017

"It is time to liberate the French people" - Le Pen is through to the final round in the presidential election

Pro-EU candidate Emmanuel Macron has topped the poll, followed by Marine Le Pen, in one of the most closely-fought presidential battles France has seen.

Jeremy Corbyn vows to introduce four new public holidays in UK

The Labour leader has an uphill battle to beat Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party in June’s snap election.

Poll: Are you worried about the future of the EU? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about the future of the EU?

The Irish government has repeatedly said it is committed to the European Union.

Brendan Howlin hits out at 'sham' government and 'racist' Trump

The Labour leader also accused Shane Ross of “sitting in his office hiding”.

# brexit - Thursday 20 April, 2017

From The Daily Edge A gift shop in the UK is selling 'British' Aran jumpers British Aran Wool

A gift shop in the UK is selling 'British' Aran jumpers

This is the future that Brexit wants.

Nicola Sturgeon calls large Tory win in UK election 'a horrifying prospect'

Meanwhile, Theresa May has said a potential alliance of opposition parties would be a “coalition of chaos”.

# brexit - Tuesday 18 April, 2017

Theresa May's to lose? Here's how the main parties measure up ahead of the UK election

The Conservatives will hope to win another majority over Labour, the Lib Dems and the SNP.

Snap election to be held in UK on 8 June COME WHAT MAY This post contains videos

Snap election to be held in UK on 8 June

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said the election is a chance for the UK “to avoid a disastrous hard Brexit”.

# brexit - Monday 17 April, 2017

Who owns Rockall? The history of the Atlantic dispute between Ireland and the UK Brexit Bounty This post contains videos

Who owns Rockall? The history of the Atlantic dispute between Ireland and the UK

The uninhabited island has been the source of a long-running dispute.

# brexit - Saturday 15 April, 2017

These are the price differences in alcohol and cigarettes across the border that Noonan is monitoring

The Finance Minister says he’s monitoring price levels to try and prevent differences that would would see consumers crossing the border to shop.

# brexit - Friday 14 April, 2017

Northern Ireland: 'Most people would probably welcome a redrawn border'

All options, radical or otherwise for Northern Ireland, need to be weighed up, writes Caoimhín De Barra.

# brexit - Thursday 6 April, 2017

'Come in, I missed you' - Merkel gives Kenny Brexit boost in Berlin meeting

The German Chancellor acknowledged Ireland’s specific interest in Brexit negotiations.

# brexit - Wednesday 5 April, 2017

'You're behaving like the mafia... no, gangsters': Nigel Farage takes aim at EU

“I do understand national sensitivities. I’ll change it to gangsters,” Farage continued to say.

Explainer: What's going on with Gibraltar and why are tempers flaring about it?

There had been suggestions made that the UK would be “prepared to go to war” over Gibraltar.

# brexit - Monday 3 April, 2017

Former Tory leader inflames Brexit tensions with Spain over Gibraltar by bringing up the Falklands

Lord Michael Howard says he can’t “see any harm” in reminding the Spanish “what kind of people we are”.

# brexit - Saturday 1 April, 2017

Poll: Are you worried about Brexit? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you worried about Brexit?

Theresa May triggered Article 50 on Wednesday.

'I want to die here, not on some miserable grey street in Manchester' - British expats in Spain fearful of the Brexit effect

Free public healthcare and a state pension guaranteed to increase with inflation are just two of the perks expats could lose when Brexit takes hold.

Explainer: Britain has triggered Article 50 - but is it reversible?

It depends who you ask – but here’s what the experts think…

Passport Office costs rise by €4.3m following Brexit vote

Almost 65,000 people in Britain applied for an Irish passport last year, a 42% jump.

# brexit - Friday 31 March, 2017

Here's what the European Union will ask for during Brexit talks

We have a good idea of what Britain wants – so what will the EU be asking for?

# brexit - Thursday 30 March, 2017

Article 50 is triggered, but how are people around the border reacting?

Where the word has been uttered thousands of times in the last nine months, Brexit fatigue has set in.

# brexit - Wednesday 29 March, 2017

'No turning back': The UK has triggered Article 50 to leave the EU

Stay with us as we follow the reaction as the Brexit process formally gets underway.

Brexit Day – here's what Irish businesses need to know

Companies here will be hoping that there is minimal disruption.

'Dear President Tusk': Here is the letter that confirmed Britain is leaving the EU

The letter was signed by UK Prime Minister Theresa May.

A Tory MP wants to stop politicians' wages in the North. Gerry Adams just called him a 'tube'

Owen Paterson, a former Northern Ireland Secretary, thinks withholding pay might “crystallise minds”.

From The Daily Edge The Guardian made a hames of Ireland on its Brexit front page this morning Ah Lads

Explainer: Theresa May's about to trigger Article 50 - what happens then?

The UK will notify the European Council of its intention to leave in a hand-delivered letter.

# brexit - Tuesday 28 March, 2017

Signed, sealed and to be delivered tomorrow: May signs Article 50 letter triggering Brexit

The letter will be taken from 10 Downing Street to Brussels tomorrow morning.

Scottish lawmakers back independence on eve of Brexit

The Edinburgh parliament voted by 69 votes in favour and 59 against.

Poll: Do you think the EU is good for Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the EU is good for Ireland?

On the union’s sixtieth anniversary, does membership of it remain a positive thing for Ireland?

May and Sturgeon discuss future of UK - 'moronic' Daily Mail headline focuses on their legs

“The 1950s called and asked for the headline back,” said former Labour leader Ed Miliband.

Could Brexit make Ireland's change to Sea Fisheries rules redundant?

Britain wants to use this break from the EU to keep its shores to itself – and revive its fishing industry.

# brexit - Monday 27 March, 2017

Cadbury may shrink the size of its products in Britain due to Brexit

The company may have to pass on the higher cost of doing business by shrinking bar size.

# brexit - Sunday 26 March, 2017

Enda Kenny should step aside as Brexit Minister when he leaves office - poll

The poll also showed strong support for a united Ireland to avoid a hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland.

# brexit - Saturday 25 March, 2017

'Job done': UKIP's only MP has quit the party

“I will leave UKIP amicably, cheerfully and in the knowledge that we won.”

# brexit - Friday 24 March, 2017

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 - Thursday 23 March, 2017

'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.

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