Pro-Brexit group founder wins appeal against €22k EU referendum fine

Darren Grimes hit out at the election watchdog after the court decision in his favour.

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French Minister urges Britain to sign up to Withdrawal Agreement during border trip

Europe minister Amelie de Montchalin visited the Irish border on Friday and said she had seen first hand the importance of an ordered Brexit.

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Chancellor fires warning shot at Boris Johnson over no-deal Brexit

Philip Hammond is preparing to return to the backbenches under the incoming administration.

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Challenges mount for Boris Johnson amid minister’s signal on no-confidence vote

Health minister Stephen Hammond signalled he could vote against the Government if it pursues no deal.

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Johnson promises to end Brexit delay ‘bad dream’

Boris Johnson is the favourite to win the Tory leadership contest and become prime minister.

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Howlin: Hard Brexit will lead to 'chaotic' situation in Dublin Port

Next week a new British Prime Minister will be elected, with both candidates saying they aren't afraid of a crash-out Brexit.

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Government denies economy on the 'cusp of overheating' despite Brexit warnings

The Government has denied the economy is on the "cusp of overheating" despite a financial think-tank warning Brexit and other challenges could bring Irish growth to a shuddering halt.

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Sinn Féin: Taoiseach should contact parties before discussing backstop change

The idea was first floated by the Taoiseach this morning while on RTE Radio One's Sean O’Rourke show.

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EU: There’s something fishy about Boris Johnson’s ‘Brussels bureaucrats’ kipper claim

An EU spokeswoman said the Isle of Man kipper case described by Mr Johnson falls ‘purely under UK national competence’.

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Delays likely at ports following no-deal Brexit, warns Varadkar

The Taoiseach said he is looking forward to meeting with the new British Prime Minister and hearing how they plan to secure a withdrawal agreement.

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Gordon Brown warns that Boris Johnson could be UK’s last PM

The former Labour leader said the risks of ‘Boris and Brexit’ are leaving the union ‘hanging by a thread’.

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OBR warns no-deal Brexit could push UK economy into recession

The Office for Budget Responsibility’s bleak assessment predicts a possible 2% dip in GDP.

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Warning economy close to overheating; think tank recommends taxing the rich

There is a warning the economy is close to overheating.

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Michel Barnier: Theresa May never threatened no-deal Brexit at EU talks

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator said the UK would have to ‘face the consequences’ if it crashed out.

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Ireland not ready if UK crashes out of EU, Micheál Martin claims

The Fianna Fáil leader added that ensuring stability has to be ‘the essential prerequisite of any political party in the country’.

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May urges successor to seek Brexit agreement as fears of no-deal grow

Boris Johnson, the favourite to become the next British prime minister, has promised to get the UK out of the EU on October 31 come what may.

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Everything you need to know about the threatened suspension of the British Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit

Boris Johnson has repeatedly refused to rule out suspending the UK Parliament in order to stop MPs blocking a no-deal Brexit.

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Brexit Secretary: No-deal would be disruptive, but could be mitigated

Westminster Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has told MPs that a no-deal Brexit would be a better outcome than not leaving the European Union at all as preparations ramped up for a “disruptive” break from Brussels.

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Next Tory leader will have to compromise as Boris accused of 'radicalising' on Brexit

Boris Johnson’s team has played down reports he could suspend Parliament.

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Ursula von der Leyen as next European Commission president 'very good news for Ireland'

The Dublin MEP said her support for the Brexit withdrawal agreement and understanding of the peace process must be welcomed.

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Sterling slides to 90p against euro on prospects of Brexit Halloween fright

Sterling slides to 90p against euro on prospects of Brexit Halloween fright

Sterling tumbled against the dollar and slid to a six-month low of under 90 pence against the euro as fears over a Halloween exit for Britain from the EU haunted investors.

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CRH's €1.6bn sale plan in Europe engenders tepid reaction from investors

CRH’s confirmation of its intention to sell its European distribution business for more than €1.6bn has met a lukewarm response from investors despite the likelihood of more money being returned to them as a result.

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Pound slumps to two-year lows as no-deal Brexit looms into view

Traders are concerned that a no-deal Brexit is more likely, after both Conservative leadership candidates toughened their positions.

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Grieve accuses Johnson of Brexit ‘radicalisation’ over Irish backstop

The former attorney general also accused the Tory leadership front-runner of making a ‘disgraceful’ suggestion which would spell the end of democracy.

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Brexit deadline could be extended, says European Commission candidate

Ursula von der Leyen faces a vote by MEPs to decide whether she will lead the European Commission.

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EU top job candidate ‘would grant further Brexit extension if necessary’

Ursula von der Leyen is hoping to succeed Jean-Claude Juncker as the European Commission President.

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Brexit fund of €100m is needed for Irish farmers

Brexit fund of €100m is needed for Irish farmers

The €100m Brexit Fund must be distributed to all farmers who incurred losses in beef production, farm leaders told Agriculture Minister Michael Creed at a consultation meeting.

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No-deal Brexit will leave UK ‘at mercy of French’ warns Chancellor

The Chancellor says Paris will be able to ‘dial up’ queues for traffic going into the port of Calais at will.

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Hard Brexit will have detrimental impact on NI peace process, police chief warns

Simon Byrne said a worst-case scenario could see farmers going bust, animal culls and an upsurge in dissident republican violence.

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Taoiseach: Disorderly Brexit could see island of Ireland treated as one economic zone

A no-deal Brexit could see the entire island of Ireland treated as one economic zone for food and agriculture trade, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has signalled.

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No-deal Brexit will raise chances of a border poll, says UK's former Attorney General

Former British attorney general, Dominic Grieve, said the chances of an Irish border poll will "go up" putting the status of the North in "jeopardy" if Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal.

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No-deal Brexit raises chances of border poll, warns former UK attorney general

Dominic Grieve said the status of Northern Ireland would be ‘thrown into jeopardy’.

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Varadkar: No perfect solution to avoiding hard border

The Taoiseach says the government does not have a perfect solution for avoiding a hard border if there is a no deal Brexit.

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Many thousands of jobs to be lost in no-deal Brexit, UK Business Secretary warns

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have both pledged to leave the EU without a deal if need be.

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I didn’t want to be little girl crying wolf over Brexit, says outgoing PM May

Mrs May listed not delivering Brexit and her response to Grenfell as low points.

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Johnson insists ‘common sense’ breaking out over getting Brexit done

Boris Johnson seized on comments by Amber Rudd to suggest that MPs would fall in line behind a no-deal Brexit.

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Boris Johnson insists ‘common sense’ breaking out over getting Brexit done

Boris Johnson seized on comments by Amber Rudd to suggest that MPs would fall in line behind a no-deal Brexit.

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Tánaiste warns disorderly Brexit could cause 'security concerns'

Tánaiste Simon Coveney has warned that a disorderly Brexit risks undermining stability in the North and triggering "security concerns".

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Rural communities ‘fear vital cross-border funds may disappear post-Brexit’

Government told funding urgently needed to protect cross border cooperation after UK leaves EU.

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Ireland's prospects 'clouded' by UK crash-out threat as Brexit tops list of concerns of Cork businesses

The outlook for the Irish economy remains uncertain until the UK decides how it will go about exiting the EU, the European Commission has said.

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How will trade work between North and South post-Brexit?

How will trade work between North and South post-Brexit?

And so the softening up process has begun - there will be checks on goods crossing the border, the only matter to clarify is where exactly, writes Juno McEnroe

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Sinn Féin reject idea there can be time limited backstop

Sinn Féin has rejected the idea there can be a time limit on the Brexit backstop.

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Online shopping from UK could be more expensive in no-deal Brexit

Buying things online from the UK could get a lot more expensive if there's a no-deal Brexit.

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John Major warns Boris Johnson of legal challenge if he suspends Parliament to force through no-deal Brexit

The former PM said it would be unacceptable to prorogue Parliament in order to force through a no-deal Brexit.

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Coveney and officials warn of checkpoints

The Government and officials have for the first time warned about the prospect of checks on goods crossing the Northern Irish border and the end of frictionless trade in the event of a disorderly Brexit.

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No-deal Brexit a ‘disruptor’ to Irish economy

The Government have warned that a no-deal Brexit will be a “fundamental disruptor” to the all-island economy.

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Corbyn says Labour will campaign for Remain in second referendum

Labour challenges new Tory leader to stage a public vote before taking Britain out of the EU, as shadow cabinet shifts position.

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Sterling slumps to 90p against the euro as 'double whammy' Brexit and rate threat hit hard

Sterling fell sharply against both the euro and the dollar over the heightened scare that Britain will crash out of the EU at Halloween.

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Govt concedes no-deal Brexit will lead to Customs checks somewhere in Ireland

A no-deal Brexit has been labelled an "ugly prospect" by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney.

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Corbyn calls on new Tory leader to stage second Brexit referendum

The Labour leader said the party will campaign for Remain in the event of a fresh public vote on leaving the EU.

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Hague urges Johnson to rule out suspending Parliament in no-deal Brexit scenario

The call comes ahead of a face-to-face debate between the contenders for the Conservative Party leadership.

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Cabinet meeting to plan damage limitation in no-deal Brexit scenario

Twice already everyone has marched up to the cliff edge of a no-deal Brexit in March and April - and twice it's been delayed when the EU granted an extension.

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UK firms cut spend plans as Brexit fears reach zenith

British companies are more worried about Brexit than at any time since the 2016 referendum decision to leave the EU, and they plan to reduce investment and hiring, a survey of chief financial officers shows.

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Donald Trump accuses Theresa May of making ‘mess’ of Brexit

The US president said he will no longer deal with the UK ambassador after his leaked advice describing the White House as ‘inept’.

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European PMs will be 'reluctant' to grant another Brexit extension, Varadkar says

Nonetheless, Mr Varadkar said the Government here has not ruled out the possibility of the October 31 deadline being pushed back and will do everything to help Britain.

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Taoiseach to discuss 'red line' Brexit issue with new PM

Leo Varadkar has reiterated Ireland's position as the government prepares to step up planning for a no-deal Brexit.

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Grayling accused of trying to silence hauliers over no-deal concerns

The chief executive of the Road Haulage Association has told a BBC documentary about a voicemail from the Transport Secretary.

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Johnson: UK will be ‘match fit’ for a no-deal Brexit

Boris Johnson said there would be ‘no second chances’ to get the UK out of the European Union.

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A Horrible Histories series on Brexit would be no problem, creator says

Children’s author Terry Deary was at the premiere of Rotten Romans.

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Boris Johnson warns Brussels he is not bluffing over no-deal Brexit

The Tory leadership frontrunner has promised that the UK will leave the EU on October 31 at the latest.

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