Leslie Garvan  on board one of his two fishing boats in  Kilkeel harbor in Northern Ireland. Photograph: James Forde for The Irish Times

Leslie Garvan, a trawler owner from Kilkeel in Co Down who has done well out of fishing, wants to take back what he views as rightfully British. “Go (...)

 A boy waves the EU flag during a demonstration   against Brexit, in London on Saturday  as members of parliament sat  to debate and vote on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s final Brexit deal. Photograph: Vickie Flores/EPA

EU member states will wait a few days to see what happens in London before they decide whether to grant the UK another extension or decide how long it(...)

 We have a cunning plan, say the EU and the UK about what could be a Blackadder Brexit. File photograph: BBC

This could be a Blackadder Brexit. We have a cunning plan, say the EU and the UK. Baldrick is not at the helm but the many unanswered questions in th(...)

Ireland should bring Islamic State supporter Lisa Smith (pictured) home to study how an Irish soldier can be turned into an Islamic extremist, a leading counter-terrorism expert has said. Photograph: BBC.

Ireland should bring Islamic State supporter Lisa Smith home to study how an Irish soldier can be turned into an Islamic extremist, a leading counter-(...)

President of the European Comission Jean-Claude Juncker, right, and UK prime minister Boris Johnson shake hands during a press conference on the Brexit deal in Brussels on October 17th. Photograph: EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET

The proposed Brexit deal could result in a major increase in cross-Border smuggling and technology will be powerless to prevent it from happening, a s(...)

A file image of DUP leader Arlene Foster and deputy leader Nigel Dodds leaving 10 Downing Street in London. Mr Dodds said the latest Brexit deal drives ‘a coach and horses’ through the Belfast Agreement. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty Images.

Boris Johnson was “too eager by far to get a deal at any cost” and could have held out for more Brexit concessions from the European Union, the DUP ha(...)

Emma DeSouza and her US born husband Jake.Ms DeSouza is considering further legal action. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

An Irish woman who lost a ruling identifying her as British by birth under UK law is exploring whether she can lodge a complaint to the UN over a brea(...)

Emma de Souza and her husband Jake at Belfast High Court in September. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker.

A woman who lost a challenge against a Home Office ruling that she is British by birth has vowed to continue her legal battle. Emma DeSouza, from Co (...)

DUP leader Arlene Foster. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty

DUP opposition to a potential solution to the Brexit deadlock hardened last night as the EU and UK warned there was still a significant amount of work(...)

Toyota has two manufacturing facilities in Britain, employing over 3,800 workers directly.

Toyota has warned a no-deal Brexit, in which a 10 per cent tariff on exports under World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms apply, would put its future UK(...)

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