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This year
EU food and drink bound for Britain to face extra barriers from today
Last year
EU-UK relations seen as improved in months since Boris Johnson departure
Windsor Framework gets formal sign-off after success in House of Commons vote
Taoiseach speaks to EU chief ahead of Protocol talks towards possible deal
All time
British Government is 'all take and take some more' in NI Protocol debacle - Tánaiste
European Commission urges UK to 'reciprocate' in Northern Ireland Protocol talks
Protests along Northern Ireland border to tell Boris Johnson to ‘back off’ on Article 16
Patience ‘very thin’ as EU threatens retaliation over Northern Ireland Protocol
Incoming DUP leader says Northern Ireland Protocol is 'undeliverable'
DUP launches legal challenge against Northern Ireland Protocol
Warning businesses to face sanctions for flouting post-Brexit customs rules
'Every day counts': Barnier arrives in London to try hammer out Brexit deal
The UK's Protocol plan: 'Unfettered access' from NI to GB, and 'light-touch' checks from GB to NI
More than 3.5 million EU citizens have applied to remain living in the UK post-Brexit
Countdown starts as UK and EU knuckle down for trade talks
UK to withdraw from European arrest warrant scheme
Government to award €80k contract for 75,000 pet passports
Irish businesses urge Taoiseach for longer VAT deferral on UK imports post-Brexit
'Job done': UKIP's only MP has quit the party
We asked every TD if they want a vote on a united Ireland, here's what they said
Despite the weak pound, UK tourists continue to flock to Ireland
Of all EU countries, Ireland will feel negative impact of Brexit the most (for up to 5 years)