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Liquor produced in the Republic, including Bailey’s, will be affected by the tariffs.

The majority of whiskey exported from Ireland is expected to be excluded from new US tariff rules, although a small proportion of Bushmills’ output in(...)

Archbishop Eamon Martin: “I would go so far to say the factionalism that has emerged in the whole Brexit debate has become dangerous.” File photograph: Tom Honan

Northern Ireland Catholics have been left out of the Brexit debate in the UK, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland Eamon Martin has said. “(...)

 Border Communities Against Brexit posted two photographs online of seven brand new customs patrol cars arriving at a Revenue Commissioners yard in the Border town on Tuesday.

A campaign group representing communities along the Border opposed to Brexit have reacted with concern at the arrival of a fleet of new Revenue custom(...)

A sign on the main road outside Newry, Northern Ireland, pointing towards an old customs and excise station near the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. Photograph: AFP

British prime minister Boris Johnson has dismissed criticisms of leaked proposals suggesting customs posts be placed on both sides of the Irish Border(...)

Tanaiste Simon Coveney said Ireland will support any UK request for an extension to Article 50 . Photograph: John Thys / AFP

Tánaiste Simon Coveney said it doesn’t matter whether British proposals on Brexit are made publicly or privately once they are credible and bridge the(...)

The €14.3 billion put into the Apple escrow account, which is comprised mainly of European bonds, includes interest attached to the original commission figure.

The Irish Government spent €3.9 million on consultancy fees and other costs setting up an escrow account last year to hold €14.3 billion of back-taxes(...)

Speaking at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, DUP leader Arlene  Foster said her party would be open to discussing a time-limited backstop. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Hopes of a Brexit deal at next month’s European Council received a blow on Sunday night when DUP leader Arlene Foster ruled out any concessions on cus(...)

The EU believes that Boris Johnson’s political authority has been severely damaged by Tuesday’s supreme court judgment. Photograph:   House of Commons/PA Wire

As the dust settles on a tumultuous, almost feral evening in the British parliament – which followed the political earthquake of Tuesday’s supreme cou(...)

John Weakliam, CEO and Ciara Feehely, head of communications and fundraising, Vita.

Irish-based international non-governmental organisation Vita has created a novel investment fund which delivers a return to investors through the gene(...)

Duncan O’Toole, and Dr Paddy Finn, Co-founders of Electricity Exchange.

Electricity Exchange: keeping the grid in balance The electricity grid is a very finely balanced and surprisingly delicate piece of infrastructure. I(...)

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