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# European Affairs

All time
# Thomas Byrne
Where does Ireland's Europe minister think Brexit talks stand now?
The Meath-East TD, who worked in European law and twice ran as an MEP candidate, talks to about an extraordinary Brexit week.
# European Affairs
Jacob Stockdale moves to 15 for Ulster's showdown with Harlequins
Craig Gilroy has been included on the wing as Stockdale covers for the suspended Will Addison.
# European Affairs
World Cup duo and ex-Arsenal striker among the absentees for Cork's opponents
Cork City host Legia Warsaw in the first leg of their Champions League first round qualifier tomorrow evening.
# European Affairs
Cork City learn their 5 potential opponents in tomorrow's Champions League draw
The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions are unseeded in the first qualifying round.
# radiodays
Taoiseach: Enough banks and bailouts, we need more good news on the radio
Enda Kenny also called for more coverage of European affairs.
# Old friends
Minister Paschal Donohoe hopes for route back to FG for TDs who left party
Donohoe replaced Lucinda Creighton as Minister of State for EU Affairs.
# enda the road
Taoiseach asked me to resign: Lucinda Creighton
Former Minister of State for European Affairs says that Enda Kenny asked her for resignation after her Níl vote – so she handed it over.
# Moving fast
Paschal Donohoe the favourite to replace Lucinda as European Affairs Minister
The Dublin Central TD is the clear favourite to replace Lucinda Creighton in her junior ministry after she lost the party whip tonight.
# Abortion
Creighton: I believe I made the correct decision
The Government Chief Whip has confirmed that the vote on amendment 56 will lose Creighton her junior ministry.
# Referendum
'Complacency and arrogance' ensured Lisbon Treaty referendum defeat: Creighton
Creighton says that early polls on the Fiscal Treaty referendum should not encourage complacency among ‘yes’ voters.