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Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer said  it now appeared “inevitable” the Government would have to apply for an extension to the Article 50 withdrawal process. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Britain’s shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer has said Labour must keep open the option of a second EU referendum. Following the defeat of prime min(...)

Arlene Harris and her friend Julie Albrecht on a moped in Greece in the 1990s as they Interrailed around Europe

Forget material things and pricey possessions, there is nothing better than seeing the world. My parents always travelled to far-flung places so I pic(...)

We are entering a chaotic couple of weeks when all kinds of prospects will be floated, and all this as the clock ticks remorselessly on. We can only hope that these discussion are based on some kind of reality because both the Conservatives and Labour have so far done all  they can to duck the real choices. Photograph: Getty Images

The maze has a long history, but is now, appropriately enough, most associated with the gardens of big English country houses like Hampton Court. Brit(...)

Perhaps the strongest sign the Trump administration is turning its back on Brussels is the decision to downgrade the status of the EU ambassador in Washington. Photograph: John Thys/AFP

Earlier this week members of Congress, officials and senior foreign policy experts squeezed into a conference room on Capitol Hill for a panel debate.(...)

It is almost three years since a report by an expert group chaired by Peter Cassells on the future funding of higher education was published. It recommended urgent changes to ensure the system was “fit for purpose”

Controversial proposals for a student loan scheme to fund third-level education are being referred by the Government to the European Commission for de(...)

Simon Coveney: “The challenges that we face are the fact that a lot of the medicines that would have been supplied into Ireland until now come either via the UK or from the UK.”

Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has urged people not to stockpile medicines over fears of a hard Brexit. The Minister said the Republic h(...)

‘It will take time, but Border controls would be the consequence of a no-deal scenario’

Border controls in Ireland are inevitable in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the chair of the German parliament’s EU affairs committee has said. Gunth(...)

If we continue to apply ourselves, our grades should hold up, if not improve. Photograph: iStock

A new ratings agency joined the Irish club on Friday, as New York-based Kroll issued its inaugural sovereign rating on the Republic, complete with a f(...)

Tánaiste Simon Coveney at official opening of the Lir National Ocean Test Facility at the UCC Environmental Research Institute Beaufort Building, Ringaskiddy, Co Cork on Friday. Photograph:  Clare Keogh

Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said he is confident that if the British government was to show any movement on its approach to Brexit, then the European U(...)

The law mirrors EU-wide efforts to prevent digital giants from avoiding tax by routing profits through low-tax jurisdictions. Photograph: Getty

The Spanish government approved on Friday a draft law that would tax large companies 3 per cent of their digital revenue, bringing an estimated €1.2 b(...)

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