In pictures: Brexit protesters take to streets of London

Organisers of the People’s Vote march expected tens of thousands of people to show their support for a referendum on the final Brexit outcome.

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Johnson calls for ‘full British Brexit’ two years after historic referendum

Boris Johnson said the UK would not accept a Brexit which left the country ‘half in and half out’ of the EU.

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Major manufacturers issue warning over Brexit uncertainty

Airbus and BMW both raised concerns about the process of leaving the European Union.

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Welsh MPs sent information on applying to remain in UK after Brexit

The UK Home Office said the two Labour MPs signed up for alerts intended for EU citizens.

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UK now likelier to crash out of EU without deal, Taoiseach warns

Deadlock over the Irish border means it is more likely that the UK will crash out of the European Union without a deal, the Taoiseach has warned.

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Airbus warns it could leave UK under no-deal Brexit

The British government has been urged to stop ‘infighting’ and provide Brexit certainty for British industry.

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Theresa May urged to re-think Brexit strategy after Airbus no-deal warning

Aerospace giant said it would reconsider its investments in the UK and long-term footprint in the country if Britain left under ‘no deal’ conditions.

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Number of big firms moving jobs and operations out of UK amid Brexit fears

A number of big firms are moving jobs and operations out of the UK amid Brexit fears.

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Key moments in UK withdrawal from EU

June 23 marks the second anniversary of the shock referendum result that put Britain on course to exit the bloc.

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Airbus warns it ‘could quit UK if there is a no-deal Brexit’

The firm employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country.

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British Brexit negotiators have policy of 'Ireland last, if at all' says McDonald

British Brexit negotiators are putting Ireland last according to Sinn Féin.

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Poll shows support for second EU referendum

According to the survey, Britain would vote Remain if a new ballot was held.

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Politicians drunk on excitement despite our ‘difficulty’

It was like the archbishop was coming to visit, writes Daniel McConnell.

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EU plans Ireland supports in case of hard Brexit

Europe is planning to redirect hundreds of millions of euro to Ireland in the case of a hard Brexit, EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has confirmed.

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Northern Ireland seen as ‘expendable’ by some in Westminster, says Ulster Unionist leader

Robin Swann warned some unionists had become so focused on Brexit they had become “blinkered” to the challenges being created to the union of the UK.

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London may never come up with credible proposal for Brexit says FF leader

London may never come up with a credible proposal on Brexit, according to the Fianna Fáil leader.

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New EU migrant settlement scheme to receive applications within weeks

The UK Home Office hopes to begin testing an online platform with some real cases from the end of summer, ahead of a phased roll-out later this year.

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Irish border agreement has to be part of Brexit deal, Juncker warns

The European Commission president said fellow EU member states would not let Ireland be ‘isolated’ on the impasse.

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Leadsom blames Labour for ill MP being forced to register Brexit vote in person

Labour’s Naz Shah was wheeled into the UK House of Commons while carrying a sick bucket to vote on Wednesday.

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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar responds to European President Jean-Claude Juncker's Oireachtas address

In his response, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar paid tribute to Europe for "transforming Ireland".

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Latest: Varadkar pays tribute to EU as Juncker tells Ireland you are not alone on Brexit

Latest: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has paid tribute to Europe for "transforming Ireland".

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Taoiseach warns UK 'there isn't much time left' to agree a workable Brexit

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned British prime minister Theresa May "there isn't much time left" to agree a workable Brexit just a week out from a crucial European Council summit meeting.

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EU set to hit UK with €1bn pre-Brexit tax bombshell

The EU is on course to hand dozens of UK-based companies a pre-Brexit tax bombshell, via a state-aid probe that could lead to bills exceeding £1bn (€1.1bn).

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UK ministers to publish Brexit compromise deal

Theresa May has welcomed passage of her flagship EU Withdrawal Bill through Parliament.

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Varadkar: Time running out to reach Brexit agreement, efforts must intensify

Latest: The Taoiseach has warned there is not much time left to secure a Brexit deal.

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Theresa May sees off Brexit rebellion with last-minute concession

The expected revolt by pro-EU Tories crumbled as heavily pregnant and sick opposition MPs turned out to support a ‘meaningful vote’.

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Sinn Fein: Government playing game of chicken with Brexit and Ireland

Party president Mary Lou McDonald and vice-president Michelle O’Neill were in London today for a meeting with Theresa May.

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Theresa May sees off Brexit rebellion at last minute

MPs were told it will be for Speaker John Bercow to decide whether they get a ‘meaningful vote’ on a no-deal Brexit.

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Taoiseach accuses British government of stalling Brexit talks

The Taoiseach has accused Theresa May's government of stalling Brexit talks and has said other countries will not want to enter trade deals with Britain if they do not honour commitments with the EU.

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Sinn Féin blasts British border ideas

The British government has fantasy “non-solutions” to the Irish border and are indifferent to the fallout from Brexit for Ireland, Sinn Féin president Mary-Lou McDonald has claimed.

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Government denies border checkpoint preparations

The Government has denied it is developing secret plans for checkpoints along the border in the event of a hard Brexit.

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Back-up plans for hard Brexit under way

Ireland has been making contingency arrangements for a hard Brexit for “some time” but will never tolerate a border with the North, the Taoiseach has said.

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Ireland seeks to boost its ‘global footprint’

Moves to double Ireland’s global footprint and strengthen alliances will be announced today in an effort to better protect the country in a post-Brexit European Union.

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UK plan to avoid hard border is ‘unworkable’

Britain’s latest plan to avoid a hard border was immediately criticised as unworkable by European leaders, amid chaos within the British cabinet.

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Britain’s ‘buffer zone’ border proposal ‘bonkers’

Leaked British plans to create a 10-mile “buffer zone” around the border have been described as “bonkers”, “fantastical”, and “like something out of Alice in Wonderland” by both British and Irish Brexit experts.

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