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Wednesday 29 March 2023 Dublin: 11°C

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# EU deal
The DUP claims the Northern Ireland protocol makes the North 'Europe’s pawn'
The party said extra paperwork and EU customs declarations are consequences which will cost the community and business dear.
# EU deal
The first migrants have been sent on boats back to Turkey
The migrants are being sent back as part of a controversial deal between the EU and Turkey.
# border guards
Migrant crisis: Man shot dead trying to enter Europe from Turkey
It comes as the EU and Turkey reach a deal to stem the flow of refugees into Europe.
# Progress
Ukrainian rebels have been offered very limited self-rule
It comes as Ukraine and the EU ratify an association agreement that Poroshenko called the first step towards EU membership.
# Eurozone
Merkel: Europe must stick to new financial rules
But the German chancellor said it “won’t always be easy” to keep to the agreement – which could commit Ireland to years of austerity Budgets.
# Eurozone
Martin: EU deal leaves Ireland vulnerable on corporation tax
The Fianna Fáil leader told that Ireland will have less influence under the new agreement.
# Commons clash
Cameron defends veto on EU deal, says he negotiated in 'good faith'
The opposition said he lost but the prime minister insisted he was defending his country’s interests over his veto of the EU deal.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Monday
In tonight’s Fix: Good news for Kevin Cardiff, new twists in the hacking scandal; a challenge to Putin; and the buzz for ‘Tallafornia’ is only mighty.
# EU deal
No decision before March on EU deal referendum - Taoiseach
Meanwhile, Sinn Féin has raised concerns about one aspect of the fiscal compact agreed last week.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In tonight’s Fix: ‘No referendum’ on EU deal; why some people want Ireland to change time zone; and how not to flee from the police…
# Euro
Government did not believe euro would collapse - Noonan
The finance minister said the euro was a “firm and solid currency”, even ahead of last week’s landmark EU agreement.
# Eurozone
Gilmore suggests referendum may not be needed for EU deal
The Tánaiste also said that it was “not in Ireland’s interest” to see Britain isolated in the EU over the deal.