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#Brexit

# brexit - Today’s News

Opinion: Is the Brexit war over or has it just begun - what now for the Union?
# Brexit
# Brexit

Opinion: Is the Brexit war over or has it just begun - what now for the Union?

11 hours ago 21,342 Views 38 Comments

UL’s Dr Owen Worth says the Brexit question may have been answered, but the greater concept at stake is the Union itself.

# brexit - Yesterday’s News

More than half of people in North want referendum on a united Ireland
# Brexit
# Brexit

More than half of people in North want referendum on a united Ireland

Sun 10:48 AM 45,439 Views 154 Comments

Half of people in Scotland also want an independence referendum, according to a new opinion poll.

# brexit - Friday 22 January, 2021

'It's the closure of coastal communities': One in four fishermen will lose their job under this Brexit deal, TDs told
# Brexit Deal
# Brexit Deal

'It's the closure of coastal communities': One in four fishermen will lose their job under this Brexit deal, TDs told

Fri 12:53 PM 12,223 Views 21 Comments

Dublin Bay prawns – our second most valuable fishery – is set to hemorrhage €7 million post-Brexit.

Vaccine roll-out lifts economic prospects but recent virus surge has impeded progress, says Central Bank
# Central Bank
# Central Bank

Vaccine roll-out lifts economic prospects but recent virus surge has impeded progress, says Central Bank

Fri 12:10 AM 11,833 Views 18 Comments

Irish GDP grew by 2.5% in spite of the pandemic, according to the updated data.

# brexit - Thursday 21 January, 2021

Michel Barnier says UK should find a 'clever solution' to row over EU ambassador in London
# Brexit
# Brexit

Michel Barnier says UK should find a 'clever solution' to row over EU ambassador in London

Thu 11:28 AM 27,815 Views 41 Comments

The EU’s former chief Brexit negotiator was awarded the European of the Year award by EM Ireland today.

# brexit - Tuesday 19 January, 2021

Incomplete haulier paperwork still causing headaches and delays at Irish ports, Cabinet told
# Brexit
# Brexit

Incomplete haulier paperwork still causing headaches and delays at Irish ports, Cabinet told

Tue 6:46 PM 10,596 Views 25 Comments

The State is to fund antigen tests for truck drivers travelling to France.

# brexit - Monday 18 January, 2021

Several people fined following London protest over Brexit fishing deal
# London
# London

Several people fined following London protest over Brexit fishing deal

Jan 18th 2021, 5:09 PM 16,328 Views 27 Comments

Metropolitan Police confirmed that 14 people had been issued with fines after a protest this morning.

Volume of trucks arriving in Ireland is 50% lower than expected due to Covid restrictions and Brexit
# Dublin Port
# Dublin Port

Volume of trucks arriving in Ireland is 50% lower than expected due to Covid restrictions and Brexit

Jan 18th 2021, 3:39 PM 14,282 Views 24 Comments

“I wouldn’t say it’s a delay – I would say this is very much the new norm,” Tom Talbot of Revenue said.

Five more Irish ports to allow Northern Ireland fishing vessels to land from next month
# Brexit Impact
# Brexit Impact

Five more Irish ports to allow Northern Ireland fishing vessels to land from next month

Jan 18th 2021, 2:34 PM 15,016 Views 7 Comments

The five new ports designated are Ros a Mhíl, Greencastle, Howth, Rathmullen and Burtonport.

# brexit - Sunday 17 January, 2021

Poll: Have you been negatively affected by Brexit?
# Your Say
# Your Say

Poll: Have you been negatively affected by Brexit?

Jan 17th 2021, 10:35 AM 38,782 Views 128 Comments

Are you paying more for something, or don’t have access to it anymore?

How has trade between Ireland and Great Britain been affected in the first two weeks of Brexit?
# Disruption
# Disruption

How has trade between Ireland and Great Britain been affected in the first two weeks of Brexit?

Jan 17th 2021, 6:30 AM 37,744 Views 44 Comments

More than 70% of trucks are completing paperwork before moving goods, and are being ‘green-lighted’ to leave Irish ports.

# brexit - Friday 15 January, 2021

Lloyds Pharmacy suspends Irish online doctor services due to Brexit law changes
# A Bitter Pill
# A Bitter Pill

Lloyds Pharmacy suspends Irish online doctor services due to Brexit law changes

Jan 15th 2021, 3:06 PM 20,766 Views 17 Comments

The company said it is trying to restore the service to Irish users.

Freight group warns of trade disruption as supply chains 'slow up' due to new rules
# Brexit
# Brexit

Freight group warns of trade disruption as supply chains 'slow up' due to new rules

Jan 15th 2021, 2:49 PM 8,224 Views 11 Comments

FTAI General Manager Aidan Flynn said it is “unbelievable” that 30% of goods imported into Dublin Port are being inspected.

# brexit - Thursday 14 January, 2021

Minister claims Northern Ireland hospitals and schools facing food shortages in ‘major crisis’
# Brexit
# Brexit

Minister claims Northern Ireland hospitals and schools facing food shortages in ‘major crisis’

Jan 14th 2021, 12:18 PM 40,328 Views 55 Comments

Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots said the region was facing a ‘major crisis’ over supply chains.

# brexit - Tuesday 12 January, 2021

Supermarkets call for urgent intervention over Northern Ireland's food supplies
# Brexit
# Brexit

Supermarkets call for urgent intervention over Northern Ireland's food supplies

Jan 12th 2021, 10:50 PM 107,004 Views 83 Comments

Chief executives of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Iceland, Co-Op and Marks & Spencer have written to Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove.

Dutch officials confiscate ham sandwiches from UK visitors
# Batch-stop
# Batch-stop

Dutch officials confiscate ham sandwiches from UK visitors

Jan 12th 2021, 9:42 AM 99,283 Views 150 Comments

One driver asked if a border guard could “take off the meat and you leave me the bread”.

# brexit - Sunday 10 January, 2021

Brexit deal's 'rules of origin' spark trade confusion
# DUTIES
# DUTIES

Brexit deal's 'rules of origin' spark trade confusion

Jan 10th 2021, 12:50 PM 47,605 Views 45 Comments

The rules determine whether an export is considered British or not.

# brexit - Saturday 9 January, 2021

EU notified of pro-Brexit group registering in Ireland to keep '.eu' domain
# Leave.eu
# Leave.eu

EU notified of pro-Brexit group registering in Ireland to keep '.eu' domain

Jan 9th 2021, 3:42 PM 42,373 Views 43 Comments

There are a strict set of criteria for a website to hold an ‘.eu’ domain.

Opinion: What lessons, if any, can we learn from German reunification in considering a united Ireland?
# Brexit
# Brexit

Opinion: What lessons, if any, can we learn from German reunification in considering a united Ireland?

Jan 9th 2021, 8:30 AM 34,339 Views 114 Comments

In the wake of Brexit, as some debate continues about a united Ireland in the future, Dr Thamil Ananthavinayagan looks at the reunification of Germany and the lessons it can provide.

# brexit - Friday 8 January, 2021

Call for investigation into pro-Brexit lobby group relocating to Ireland
# Probe
# Probe

Call for investigation into pro-Brexit lobby group relocating to Ireland

Jan 8th 2021, 9:42 PM 94,732 Views 63 Comments

Fine Gael’s Neale Richmond has asked online regulator ComReg to investigate after the Leave.EU group moved its website office to Waterford.

'Increased risk of enforcement' by Scotland over Rockall fishing vessels, Government warns
# North Atlantic
# North Atlantic

'Increased risk of enforcement' by Scotland over Rockall fishing vessels, Government warns

Jan 8th 2021, 7:51 PM 23,903 Views 48 Comments

It comes days after a Donegal fishing vessel was prevented from fishing in the waters around Rockall by a Marine Scotland patrol boat.

Why is Brexit impacting deliveries to Ireland, and what else is being held up?
# Explainer
# Explainer

Why is Brexit impacting deliveries to Ireland, and what else is being held up?

Jan 8th 2021, 4:11 PM 38,142 Views 38 Comments

How exactly is Brexit affecting food supply chains and trade routes – and will things settle down soon?

DPD 'pauses' parcel deliveries from UK to Ireland while Stena Line cancels multiple ferries amid Brexit fallout
# Brexit Wounds
# Brexit Wounds

DPD 'pauses' parcel deliveries from UK to Ireland while Stena Line cancels multiple ferries amid Brexit fallout

Updated Jan 8th 2021, 11:32 AM 111,027 Views 172 Comments

DPD UK said the pause today applies to all road deliveries from the UK to Europe until Wednesday at the earliest.

# brexit - Wednesday 6 January, 2021

Empty shelves in M&S not sign of post-Brexit food supply problems, industry body says
# Brexit
# Brexit

Empty shelves in M&S not sign of post-Brexit food supply problems, industry body says

Jan 6th 2021, 8:23 PM 73,049 Views 60 Comments

Photos of empty shelves in M&S stores have caused a stir in recent days.

# brexit - Tuesday 5 January, 2021

Donegal vessel stopped from fishing around Rockall by Scottish patrol boat
# Rockall Dispute
# Rockall Dispute

Donegal vessel stopped from fishing around Rockall by Scottish patrol boat

Jan 5th 2021, 7:21 PM 78,695 Views 96 Comments

The boat’s skipper was told he can’t fish within 12 nautical miles of the disputed islet.

# brexit - Monday 4 January, 2021

'Extremely small' number of consignments refused at Dublin Port for having incorrect documents
# Brexit
# Brexit

'Extremely small' number of consignments refused at Dublin Port for having incorrect documents

Jan 4th 2021, 4:13 PM 14,631 Views 9 Comments

Four vans looking to travel to the UK had issues yesterday at Dublin Port.

# brexit - Friday 1 January, 2021

Warning businesses to face sanctions for flouting post-Brexit customs rules
# Post Brexit
# Post Brexit

Warning businesses to face sanctions for flouting post-Brexit customs rules

Jan 1st 2021, 6:21 PM 32,512 Views 9 Comments

Friday saw the first ferries arrive in Ireland from Britain under new trade rules following the end of the Brexit transition period.

First ferries arrive at Dublin Port under new trade rules as hauliers warn of 'mayhem' at ports
# New Dawn
# New Dawn

First ferries arrive at Dublin Port under new trade rules as hauliers warn of 'mayhem' at ports

Jan 1st 2021, 9:54 AM 41,239 Views 36 Comments

The true effect of the post-Brexit rules are unlikely to bee seen for a number for weeks.

# brexit - Thursday 31 December, 2020

The Brexit transition period has ended - here are the challenges facing UK businesses
# Brexit
# Brexit

The Brexit transition period has ended - here are the challenges facing UK businesses

Dec 31st 2020, 11:00 PM 30,742 Views 65 Comments

The end of the transition period will see companies having to make adjustments to their operations.

Agreement signed to allow continued exchange of UK driving licence for people living in Ireland
# Brexit
# Brexit

Agreement signed to allow continued exchange of UK driving licence for people living in Ireland

Dec 31st 2020, 6:33 PM 37,122 Views 33 Comments

After 11pm, UK licences used by those living in Ireland will no longer be valid.

Gibraltar's border with Spain to remain open post-Brexit as UK and EU agree draft deal
# Gibraltar
# Gibraltar

Gibraltar's border with Spain to remain open post-Brexit as UK and EU agree draft deal

Dec 31st 2020, 3:03 PM 20,276 Views 42 Comments

Gibraltar will remain subject to the rule of the free-travel Schengen area.

The Northern Ireland Protocol kicks off from tonight - here's what you need to know
# Brexit
# Brexit

The Northern Ireland Protocol kicks off from tonight - here's what you need to know

Dec 31st 2020, 12:18 PM 48,535 Views 35 Comments

New checks and processes on trade between Great Britain and Northern Ireland will come into operation at 11pm tonight.

Brexit to take full effect tonight as UK leaves EU single market
# Final Countdown
# Final Countdown

Brexit to take full effect tonight as UK leaves EU single market

Dec 31st 2020, 7:13 AM 20,448 Views 44 Comments

The UK’s departure from the European Union takes full effect at 11pm.

# brexit - Wednesday 30 December, 2020

Gardaí to increase border county presence as Brexit transition period comes to a halt
# Revenue Commissioners
# Revenue Commissioners

Gardaí to increase border county presence as Brexit transition period comes to a halt

Dec 30th 2020, 4:53 PM 25,601 Views 17 Comments

State agencies are also warning of potential disruption at Dublin Port in the days ahead.

'A new and great future': Britain's EU trade deal clears the Commons
# Brexit
# Brexit

'A new and great future': Britain's EU trade deal clears the Commons

Updated Dec 30th 2020, 4:50 PM 19,163 Views 40 Comments

Britain will leave the European single market and customs union at 11pm tomorrow.

# brexit - Tuesday 29 December, 2020

Johnson wins backing of Brexiteers for trade deal, who say agreement 'preserves UK's sovereignty'
# Brexiteers
# Brexiteers

Johnson wins backing of Brexiteers for trade deal, who say agreement 'preserves UK's sovereignty'

Dec 29th 2020, 4:15 PM 16,420 Views 28 Comments

They concluded that the agreement ‘preserves the UK’s sovereignty as a matter of law’.

# brexit - Monday 28 December, 2020

Taoiseach acknowledges 'severe impact' of Brexit deal during talks with fishing representatives
# Fishing Industry
# Fishing Industry

Taoiseach acknowledges 'severe impact' of Brexit deal during talks with fishing representatives

Dec 28th 2020, 6:59 PM 17,043 Views 17 Comments

Industry groups reacted angrily to the terms of the trade agreement after they were announced last week.

EU member states give green light for post-Brexit deal to come into effect on 1 January
# Trade Deal
# Trade Deal

EU member states give green light for post-Brexit deal to come into effect on 1 January

Updated Dec 28th 2020, 11:55 AM 22,251 Views 24 Comments

Cabinet is expected to meet later today to discuss the deal.

# brexit - Sunday 27 December, 2020

Simon Coveney: 'Ireland has defended itself against the vulnerabilities Brexit forced upon us'
# Brexit
# Brexit

Simon Coveney: 'Ireland has defended itself against the vulnerabilities Brexit forced upon us'

Dec 27th 2020, 6:30 AM 23,134 Views 30 Comments

The EU and the UK published full 1,246-page text of the treaty yesterday.

# brexit - Saturday 26 December, 2020

Sturgeon says Brexit is ‘forcing Scotland in wrong direction’
# Deal
# Deal

Sturgeon says Brexit is ‘forcing Scotland in wrong direction’

Dec 26th 2020, 1:31 PM 51,042 Views 18 Comments

Scottish Secretary Alister Jack insists the UK Government has struck a “‘fantastic deal”.

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