On Monday the chief EU negotiator, Michel Barnier, outlined the EU’s draft negotiating guidelines – now to be subject to discussions before being finalised – while UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, made a key speech on the UK’s approach.

The UK and EU have both been setting out their stall on the next phase of talks, just days after Brexit took place. The temperature seems to be rising(...)

The report found that Dublin Airport’s expansion will prevent other airports from acting as catalysts for regional growth.

The Government should consider aid for Shannon and Cork airports to help combat the imbalance created by Dublin’s growth, a report backed by four cham(...)

European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier attends an EU General Affairs Council in Luxembourg, on October 16, 2018.Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

What is a no-deal Brexit?  A no-deal Brexit is the term used to describe what happens if the UK leaves the European Union without concluding a w(...)

Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton: said TTIP offered ‘massive opportunities’ for the Irish economy. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

The opening up of the EU import market to large volumes of US beef poses one of the greatest threats to Irish agriculture in decades, the Irish Farme(...)

Ireland’s beef trade is the single biggest component of the country’s €10 billion food and drink export business.

Farmers’ groups have reacted angrily to a report suggesting the proposed EU-US trade deal is likely to damage Irish beef exports.According to an asses(...)