Leo Varadkar stresses that the Government will need to 'build up new alliances'
Daphne Caruana Galizia, who worked on Panama Papers, killed in car bomb on Monday
Two sides agree to accelerate talks but positions remain entrenched ahead of EU summit
Mervyn King warned it may be too late to put in place a credible plan for exit on its terms.
Exemptions make the mandatory disclosure regime a joke, says MEP Matt Carthy
Conservative leader Sebastian Kurz (31) on track to become chancellor but will need coalition partner
Brexit talks ‘poison’ will harm EU/UK security co-operation, IIEA think tank hears
British prime minister to have dinner with Jean Claude Juncker ahead of EU summit
More than 120,000 Syrians have been given asylum in Egypt but conditions are dismal
EU also notes UK’s lack of ‘concrete commitment’ on divorce bill
Irish minister concerned EU is vulnerable to massive influx of beef from Mercosur countries
Government accused of using loopholes to reduce its commitment to curbing carbon emissions
Leo Varadkar playing dangerous game by saying Ireland has no Plan B for Border
Lack of progress in Brexit talks turns press briefings into a farce
Employees with share options will pay capital gains rate of 33% and can delay payment
Commission yet to reach consensus on insurance scheme after German pushback
Minister allocates €25m to agri-food industry and retains 9% VAT rate for tourism sector
Fianna Fáil’s Niall Collins says Ireland needs exemption to assist firms affected by Brexit
EU trade deals being negotiated may lead to glut of beef in European markets
May due to make speech on Brexit progress where she will say ‘the ball is in their court’
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