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Published in : 2019-01-17 | by ProductiehuisEU
The Republic of Ireland's foreign affairs minister Simon Coveney has said a no-deal Brexit would have to become "an exercise in damage limitation". Speaking ...
Published in : 2018-12-19 | by ProductiehuisEU
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has agreed to share the Irish Government's plans for a hard Brexit following criticism from the opposition party. The move comes after ...
Published in : 2019-04-17 | by ProductiehuisEU
At the European Parliament, MEPs have debated Brexit, for the final time before EU elections in May. Sinn Féin's Martina Anderson criticised the Irish ...
Published in : 2019-02-05 | by ProductiehuisEU
The second day of industrial strikes by Irish nurses and midwives has had a “dramatic impact” on services and also led to considerable criticism of the ...
Published in : 2018-11-14 | by ProductiehuisEU
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that the Good Friday Agreement is "not negatively impacted" by the Brexit draft agreement and is protected by the draft ...
Published in : 2019-01-23 | by ProductiehuisEU
The European Commission is pushing the Irish government to lay out its plans for the border in the event of a no-deal Brexit, a person familiar with the matter ...
Published in : 2019-02-20 | by ProductiehuisEU
The DUP's Westminster Leader Nigel Dodds says that "anyone who knows anything about Irish politics knows that no Irish government will introduce a hard ...
Published in : 2019-01-18 | by ProductiehuisEU
In Dublin, nerves are beginning to fray as doubts around the final Brexit outcome grow. Ireland's foreign affairs minister has said a no-deal Brexit would become ...
Published in : 2019-01-29 | by ProductiehuisEU
The Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar will speak to UK Prime Minister Theresa May to see "what the next steps are", after MPs in Westminster vote on Brexit ...
Published in : 2018-11-15 | by ProductiehuisEU
Statement Simon Coveney starting at 03:58 Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has defended the Irish government's welcoming of the UK ...