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# eu - Yesterday’s News

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# eu - Wednesday 27 July, 2016

# eu - Wednesday 20 July, 2016

Government 'concerned' about jump in number of visa applications from the UK

Last year, 10,000 visa applications were made, in comparison to just 1,800 in 2014.

# eu - Tuesday 19 July, 2016

Turkey suspends 15,000 education staff after failed coup attempt

Over 7,500 people have been detained so far in a massive legal crackdown.

# eu - Sunday 17 July, 2016

Brexit minister: Some EU citizens may be forced to leave the UK

David Davis says there may be a cut off date for migrants who’ve settled in the UK.

# eu - Friday 15 July, 2016

Galway has been voted one of Europe's Capitals of Culture 2020

An Irish city last held the title in 2005.

# eu - Tuesday 12 July, 2016

What will Theresa May as British Prime Minister mean for Ireland?

David Cameron’s successor previously predicted post-Brexit border controls across Ireland, affecting the common travel area

Enda is meeting Angela in Berlin today to talk about Brexit

The Taoiseach is expected to stress Ireland’s commitment to the EU.

# eu - Wednesday 6 July, 2016

'Ibrahim is a young, funny Dublin man but begrudgers believe being Irish is qualified by skin colour, name and religion'

After three years and 14 trial delays, it’s time for the government to intervene fully, writes MEP Lynn Boylan.

# eu - Monday 4 July, 2016

Enda is meeting the north's leaders today to talk about Brexit

Enda is meeting the north's leaders today to talk about Brexit

Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU.

# eu - Saturday 2 July, 2016

Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit protesters march in London

The march went past Downing Street — where demonstrators shouted ‘Shame on you’ aimed at outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron.

How did Nigel Farage become so powerful?

Farage is the cat that got the cream this week.

# eu - Friday 1 July, 2016

'We don’t know what our futures will hold' - a multicultural family reacts to the Brexit vote

Gordon Reid examines the impact of Brexit on his British and Romanian family living in Ireland

# eu - Wednesday 29 June, 2016

Nicola Sturgeon on way to Brussels to defend Scotland's place in the EU

David Cameron will not attend a meeting of EU leaders as they discuss the Brexit fallout.

# eu - Tuesday 28 June, 2016

Jeremy Corbyn has lost a vote of no confidence to lead his party

His own MPs voted by a margin of 40 to 172 against him.

"Why are you here?" - An EU chief wasn't impressed with Nigel Farage today

“It’s a pleasure,” replied Nigel Farage.

Four ways the UK could possibly stay in the EU

It’s not over yet, according to some Remain supporters.

# eu - Monday 27 June, 2016

Poll: Would you like to see a second referendum on Brexit in the UK? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you like to see a second referendum on Brexit in the UK?

More than 3.5 million people have signed a petition to have a rerun of the vote.

# eu - Sunday 26 June, 2016

Scotland could block the UK's exit from the EU, says Nicola Sturgeon

The Scottish first minister reckons Holyrood may have a veto on the referendum.

Spanish voters go back to the polls for second election in six months

The last general elections in December resulted in a hung parliament and parties failed to agree on a coalition.

From The Daily Edge A Dublin man has come up with a frankly genius solution to all our Brexit woes The Celtic Isles

A Dublin man has come up with a frankly genius solution to all our Brexit woes

All we need is a giant pair of scissors and Paul O’Connell.

Thanks to Brexit, the fragile peace in Ireland is under threat

Security expert Tom Clonan writes that a referendum on Northern Ireland may lead to sectarian tensions in the six counties.

# eu - Saturday 25 June, 2016

'Take a bow, Britain': European leaders hold crisis talks after Brexit shock

Member state leaders have urged Britain to leave as soon as possible.

# eu - Friday 24 June, 2016

Talking Brexit: The best quotes from a day of shock and awe

Today’s referendum result is possibly the most seismic event in British history for 70 years.

Brexit: Why Britain voted to leave the EU

If you’re struggling to understand how Brexit happened, here’s what the Leave side promised voters.

Morgan Stanley denies it's moving 2,000 staff to Dublin or Frankfurt

It was reported a move is already underway in the wake of the Brexit referendum.

Brexit Timeline: What happens next

There’s going to be a lot of meetings.

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Brexit: What happens now?

The Leave vote, a surprise to many, will trigger a series of events in the EU.

# eu - Thursday 23 June, 2016

Brexit: From polls opening to final results here's a timeline of when it's all going to go down

When do polls open? When are the first results in? When will we know the final result?

# eu - Wednesday 22 June, 2016

'Nobody knows what's going to happen': Rival sides make final push ahead of Brexit vote

The Remain camp has the slimmest possible lead – 51% versus 49% support for the Leave side.

# eu - Monday 20 June, 2016

Most Irish people would vote against Brexit if they could

One in three Irish adults wants an in-out EU referendum to be held here.

# eu - Friday 17 June, 2016

Charity rejects EU funding in protest at 'shameful' response to migrant crisis MSF

Charity rejects EU funding in protest at 'shameful' response to migrant crisis

“We cannot accept funding from the EU or the member states while at the same time treating the victims of their policies.”

# eu - Saturday 11 June, 2016

Brexit campaign now has ten point lead, poll says

55% of British people are in favour of leaving the EU.

# eu - Thursday 9 June, 2016

Fancy working in Brussels? The EU is now hiring more than 60 Irish translators

The salary starts at over €4300 a month.

# eu - Wednesday 1 June, 2016

PICTURES: World's largest tunnel opens under the Swiss Alps

The 57-kilometre (35-mile) Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT) opened officially today.

# eu - Tuesday 31 May, 2016

Facebook and co have to remove hate speech within 24 hours - but it 'won't change the reality'

The new rules will see companies like Facebook review and remove hate speech within 24 hours of being notified.

# eu - Monday 30 May, 2016

Border controls could return if Britain leaves EU, Enda Kenny warns

Britain will go to the polls to vote on a Brexit on 23 June.

# eu - Sunday 29 May, 2016

Poll: Is Ireland right to introduce health warnings on alcohol products? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is Ireland right to introduce health warnings on alcohol products?

11 EU countries have cried foul at the previous government’s plans to introduce five separate health warnings on alcohol bottles.

# eu - Thursday 26 May, 2016

Explainer: So what do the EU's new plans for online shopping mean for you?

The aim is to ensure all EU citizens access the same services and prices, regardless of where they’re based.

'Protected status' sought for Sneem Black Pudding

A number of other Irish products already have protection from the European Union.

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