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# brexit - Today’s News

Bertie and Barroso dream up the Halloween party of Leo's nightmares

Bertie Ahern advises on the art of politics.

# brexit - Yesterday’s News

From The42 Vote again on Brexit, Jurgen Klopp urges Advice

Vote again on Brexit, Jurgen Klopp urges

The 50-year-old says the British people were sold short in the original campaign in 2016.

From The Daily Edge 9 ridiculous solutions to the Irish border problem Michael D. Tattoos For All

9 ridiculous solutions to the Irish border problem

What about sacrificing Liam Neeson to the border gods?

Warnings from former taoisigh on Brexit border: 'The communities would come together to tear it down'

Brian Cowen, Bertie Ahern and John Bruton shared a stage in Dublin this morning.

Theresa May to reverse stance on UK leaving the customs union after Brexit

Yesterday, Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin said that the future of Northern Ireland was being decided in Brexit negotiations.

# brexit - Friday 20 April, 2018

World's largest roll-on/roll-off vessel christened at Dublin Port Trade This post contains videos

World's largest roll-on/roll-off vessel christened at Dublin Port

Celine is going to carry cargo between Dublin, the Netherlands and Belgium and is seen as major coup for Ireland.

UK's Irish border plans subject to 'systematic and forensic annihilation' by EU, report says

Two proposals put forward by Theresa May’s government were roundly rejected, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph.

# brexit - Thursday 12 April, 2018

'Most significant event in a generation': Central Bank chief issues Brexit warning for Irish economy

Ed Sibley predicted “enormous challenges” for the Irish financial services sector.

# brexit - Wednesday 11 April, 2018

We'll need a big increase in Garda numbers at the border after Brexit, senior gardaí say

‘Crime corridors’ have been created along the border, Noel Cunningham said today.

# brexit - Tuesday 10 April, 2018

UK government suggestion that Sinn Féin is 'strongly influencing' Brexit negotiations greeted with derision

Brexit secretary David Davis made the claims at a conference in London yesterday.

# brexit - Saturday 7 April, 2018

Poll: Do you think the Brexit border row risks escalating tensions in Northern Ireland? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think the Brexit border row risks escalating tensions in Northern Ireland?

David Trimble has said the Irish government’s strategy in talks risks provoking loyalist paramilitaries.

# brexit - Friday 6 April, 2018

'Action is needed and quick': Border gardaí are 'completely unprepared' for Brexit

Many gardaí fear the border region is being neglected.

# brexit - Monday 2 April, 2018

'It's a bit scary' - in the buildup to Brexit, cross-border mortgages are looking increasingly hard to come by

Those working in the North and living in the Republic have limited options at present when it comes to mortgage finance.

# brexit - Thursday 29 March, 2018

Theresa May to tour UK today to mark one-year countdown to Brexit

She is set to visit Northern Ireland for lunch before returning to London later this evening.

# brexit - Monday 26 March, 2018

UK civil servant tasked with finding solution to Irish border issue quits job

Simon Case is leaving his role to become Prince William’s private secretary.

# brexit - Sunday 25 March, 2018

David Davis: Irish border can be solved by 'a whole load of new technology'

“You can’t just say we haven’t done it anywhere else: we haven’t attempted to do it anywhere else,” the Brexit negotiator said.

# brexit - Friday 23 March, 2018

EU leaders approve guidelines for negotiations on post-Brexit relations and trade talks

However, the major issue of the Irish border still remains unresolved.

# brexit - Thursday 22 March, 2018

An Irishman in Brexit Britain: 'The atmosphere has changed since the vote'

It’s a subtle thing rather than something drastic, like when a relationship with a partner slowly deteriorates over time, writes Peter Flanagan.

# brexit - Wednesday 21 March, 2018

Nigel Farage just threw a load of dead fish into the Thames

Farage and campaigners said the act was done as a protest against Theresa May’s “betrayal” of UK fishermen.

Brexit could increase cost of milk, cheese and eggs by 46%

A hard Brexit could increase the cost of living by up to €1,300 per Irish household per year.

# brexit - Tuesday 20 March, 2018

'I am not a fish-thrower': Rees-Mogg denies involvement in fish-throwing Brexit protest

The planned protest would reportedly see 60 MPs throw fish into the River Thames in front of Westminster.

All smiles as Varadkar and Merkel talk Brexit on Taoiseach's first trip to Berlin

Merkel was recently elected as chancellor for the fourth time.

# brexit - Monday 19 March, 2018

UK and EU agree on Brexit 'backstop' solution for the Irish border

According to the draft treaty agreed for the ‘ordered withdrawal’ of the UK from the EU, the backstop will apply unless or until another solution is found.

Ireland 'fully supports' UK's efforts to punish those behind 'heinous' poisoning of former spy

Russia has denied involvement in the poisoning.

# brexit - Sunday 18 March, 2018

Ireland up against Germany and Netherlands to win over UK-based TV channels after Brexit

Some of these companies have already met with the BAI here in the last year.

# brexit - Friday 16 March, 2018

There is 'no evidence' to back up claim that an 'invisible border' is possible, MPs say

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has its doubts about the UK government’s plans.

# brexit - Tuesday 13 March, 2018

European Commission president: 'Good Friday Agreement must be preserved in all its dimensions'

Jean-Claude Juncker said that the European Union stood “firm and united” when it came to Ireland.

# brexit - Monday 12 March, 2018

Varadkar thanks Choctaw Nation for support during Famine, announces scholarship programme

The Taoiseach met members of the Native American community in Oklahoma today.

People are unsure if the government is doing a good job on Brexit

A large portion are happy but significant numbers don’t know.

# brexit - Sunday 11 March, 2018

The UK's divorce from the EU is hurting Ireland's cross-border weddings trade

Northern Irish couples are the ‘bread and butter’ of some regional hoteliers.

HSE says Brexit implications 'unclear' for Irish patients seeking eating disorder treatment in the UK

There are just three specialist eating disorder beds at St Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin for the acute treatment of adults.

# brexit - Thursday 8 March, 2018

'Ireland first': Donald Tusk says every EU leader 'wants to protect peace process and avoid hard border' Brexit This post contains videos

'Ireland first': Donald Tusk says every EU leader 'wants to protect peace process and avoid hard border'

The President of the European Council said disrupting the peace process in Northern Ireland “must be avoided at all costs”.

# brexit - Monday 5 March, 2018

'Definitely not': Varadkar pours cold water on US/Canada-style border after May comments Brexit Wounds This post contains videos

'Definitely not': Varadkar pours cold water on US/Canada-style border after May comments

Theresa May said earlier that the UK was looking at solutions such as the one in North America for the Irish border issue.

# brexit - Sunday 4 March, 2018

Brexit: What's next?

It was a big week, Brexit wise.

# brexit - Friday 2 March, 2018

May moots 'associate membership' of EU agencies, concedes neither side can have 'exactly what we want'

The British PM said that she was not cherry-picking but just negotiating in the same way as any trade deal is put together.

Theresa May to reveal her five tests for the UK's post-Brexit EU relationship

In a speech today, she will say the UK is taking back control over its borders, laws and money.

# brexit - Wednesday 28 February, 2018

Explainer: The EU is trying to force the UK to get real, here's how

There was a lot of activity again in Brussels today but the path ahead isn’t exactly clear. Here’s what we do know…

EU/UK Withdrawal Agreement includes plan to keep Northern Ireland in the customs union

The draft treaty sets out the arrangements for Brexit.

All eyes on Irish border as Brexit draft text to be finalised today

The draft will give a legal basis to last December’s preliminary agreement.

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