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 Angela Dorgan . Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Cuts to the pandemic unemployment payment (PUP) have generated fear and panic among artists, an Oireachtas committee has heard. The National Campaig(...)

Secretary of State for Northern Ireland said the government was determined that businesses should be able to trade freely in and with Northern Ireland. Photograph: Getty

The British government will press ahead with a plan to introduce a second Bill giving ministers the power to override the Brexit withdrawal agreement,(...)

Michael Gove meets Vice-President of the European Commission  Maros Sefcovic and EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier  at the EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. Photograph: John Thys/EPA.

The European Union and Britain started a decisive week of talks on Monday on a new trade deal and implementing their divorce agreement before national(...)

Theresa May: “I think the government is putting the integrity of the UK at risk.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Theresa May has told MPs she will vote against a Bill that gives British ministers the power to break international law by reneging on parts of the Br(...)

Lord David Frost: the UK’s chief Brexit negotiator will be involved in fresh talks this week with  the EU’s team led by  Michel Barnier.  Photograph: Aaron Chown/PA

The UK’s willingness to repudiate parts of the Brexit withdrawal agreement has cast a deep shadow over the reopening of the important talks this week (...)

‘There will be no appeasing of this approach,’ Minister for Foreign Affairs, Simon Coveney told the Dáil. He is right. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography/PA

The Government reacted cautiously on Monday to reports the UK was going to repudiate aspects of the Northern Ireland border protocol. It sought clarif(...)

A deal on the future relationship between the EU and the UK needs to be completed, as Boris Johnson points out, by October 15th to be ratified by year-end. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

We’ve been here before. More than once a Brexit talks round – one starts this week – has been heralded by a London chorus insisting that the UK is rea(...)

Minnesota State Troopers surrounded the statue of Christopher Columbus after it was toppled in Minnesota. Photograph: Leila Navidi/Star Tribune via AP

US protesters have pulled down a statute of Christopher Columbus outside the Minnesota State Capitol. A rope was thrown around the 10ft bronze statue(...)

Microbeads, found in some sunscreens, have become infamous for their impact on marine environments. File photograph: iStockPhoto

The manufacture and sale of products containing microbeads have been banned in the Republic after a Bill was signed into law on Thursday. The Microbe(...)

FAI board members leaving after their meeting with Minister for Sport Shane Ross at the Dáil on Tuesday evening.. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw:The Irish Times

The Football Association of Ireland has turned down a second invitation to appear before the Oireachtas Comittee on Transport, Tourism and Sport. In (...)

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