# brexit - Yesterday’s News
# brexit - Saturday 18 February, 2017
Border Communities Against Brexit staged the protest this morning.
Brexit has forced the islands to think again about their situation.
# brexit - Friday 17 February, 2017
Britain is expected to officially apply to leave the EU in March.
# brexit - Thursday 16 February, 2017
230 temp staff are being hired to deal with the post-Brexit vote surge.
Sinn Féin wants clarity on the ‘hard border’ issue.
# brexit - Monday 13 February, 2017
Job vacancies in the UK economy remain well above historical average levels.
# brexit - Sunday 12 February, 2017
Ahern said any attempt to create a physical border would be “create a lot of bad feeling”.
# brexit - Wednesday 8 February, 2017
Former SNP leader Alex Salmond tweeted a picture of the poll’s close results, with the caption: “Game on…”
# brexit - Tuesday 7 February, 2017
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
Retail Ireland called their latest shopping figures “disappointing”.
# brexit - Friday 3 February, 2017
The former Social Democrat and independent TD has been sharply critical of Fianna Fáil in the past.
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
The word “Ireland” appears 132 times in the 77-page Brexit whitepaper.
A group of Irish adults were asked “Are you optimistic about Northern Ireland’s future?”
# brexit - Wednesday 1 February, 2017
MPs backed legislation that would give Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations around Brexit.
# brexit - Tuesday 31 January, 2017
Dublin Port and Dublin Airport are also tipped to benefit from increased capital expenditure.
# brexit - Monday 30 January, 2017
The UK Prime Minister Theresa May is in Dublin today to meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny.
This visit comes after the British Prime Minister met with US President Donald Trump on Friday.
# brexit - Sunday 29 January, 2017
Fine Gael and Sinn Féin have both lost ground.
# brexit - Saturday 28 January, 2017
The British Prime Minister is seeking to boost trade with the country post-Brexit.
The minister says her sick mother has lost sleep over some of the commentary about her performance.
# brexit - Friday 27 January, 2017
Trump had accepted an invitation to make a state visit to Britain later this year.
A total of 9.58 million people visited Ireland in 2016.
# brexit - Thursday 26 January, 2017
Wexford’s Walsh Mushrooms took over Tipperary’s Golden Mushrooms as they battle a weak pound.
MPs will get their first chance to debate the Article 50 bill next Wednesday.
# brexit - Tuesday 24 January, 2017
It won’t stop Brexit, but Theresa May’s government won’t have it all its own way.
The UK Supreme Court had been expected to back up the High Court’s previous decision that Parliament must vote on whether or not to invoke Article 50.
# brexit - Monday 23 January, 2017
In Europe, economic priorities still dominate social priorities. This must change, writes Dr Seán Healy.
# brexit - Sunday 22 January, 2017
Politicians, journalists and critics have expressed concern that Ireland may emerge the worst from Brexit negotiations.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says that Scotland is now in “uncharted waters”.
# brexit - Thursday 19 January, 2017
Asked whether there should be one, he said “not at all”.
# brexit - Wednesday 18 January, 2017
From ‘The Iron Lady’ to ‘Little Britain’ – vested interests mean the assessment of her speech has been varied to say the least.
Theresa May’s government has 24 months to negotiate them – on top of the day jobs.
# brexit - Tuesday 17 January, 2017
Prime Minister May is due to visit Ireland before the end of the month.
The ultimate shape of Brexit will only emerge in 2018 and beyond, despite Theresa May’s current posturing, writes Dr Declan Jordan.
And what it means for Ireland.
The British Prime Minister has given us her 12-point plan for Brexit this morning.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is to make a major speech today about Britain’s future.
# brexit - Monday 16 January, 2017
The also spoke about May’s much anticipated speech on Brexit scheduled for tomorrow.