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Financial markets have largely shaken off US president Donald Trump’s many communications blunders since his election last November – from goading Nor(...)

The abandoned village of Mitlino in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia, near the town of Argayash, in 1994, site of a serious nuclear accident in 1957. Photograph: Getty Images

Argayash is a cynical, mistrustful town. Decades of being lied to by the government about being down the road from a leaking nuclear plant does that t(...)

 Ahead of next month’s summit, the Irish Government wants Britain to make a written declaration outlining how it plans to avoid a hard Border.  Photograph: Brian O’Leary

In an ornate reception room at the Irish Embassy in London on Wednesday evening, a distinguished assembly of MPs, peers, senior Whitehall officials, a(...)

Directive allows holidaymakers to cancel trips with no penalties to destinations suddenly hit by natural disasters, war or other serious situations. Photograph: iStock

New EU rules will boost protections for holidaymakers travelling abroad from the middle of next year, a conference heard on Friday. Veronica Manfredi(...)

British prime minister Theresa May, left, and European Council President Donald Tusk. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Pool Photo

Theresa May still faces a “huge challenge” in persuading the EU to move the Brexit negotiations on to discussions about trade and a transition period (...)

Sterling banknotes are seen in a box at the Money Service Austria company’s headquarters in Vienna. Photograph: Reuters

European banks have slashed their exposure to the UK since it voted to leave the European Union, removing €350 billion of UK-related assets from their(...)

Former employees of the German airline Air Berlin demonstrate near the chancellery in Berlin this week. Their future is uncertain. Photograph: EPA

The German cartel office has asked national airline Lufthansa for information on ticket prices after receiving complaints over rising fares following (...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has accused the Taoiseach of refusing to engage with him in recent days on Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald’s position. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has accused the Taoiseach of refusing to engage with him in recent days on Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald’s position. (...)

EU Brexit negotiators are taking a tough stance on aviation that would dramatically restrict UK airline operating rights unless Britain follows the bl(...)

Analysts say sterling is nearing key technical levels. Photograph: Getty

Sterling edged higher on Friday and is poised to post gains for a third consecutive week as markets interpreted latest comments from top EU policymake(...)

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