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Taoiseach Enda Kenny: summit results do represent a significant achievement by the Government. Photograph: AFP

What was the summit about? European leaders gathered in Brussels to agree the negotiating principles for the European Commission team that will short(...)

European leaders will gather in Brussels to agree the negotiating mandate for the EC team

What is tomorrow’s summit about? European leaders, including Enda Kenny, will gather in Brussels to agree the negotiating mandate for the European Co(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said the negotiations on the future trading relationship between the UK and EU would take longer than two years. He said there “will be a need for transitional arrangements” after the March 2019 deadline for Britain’s departure. Photograph:  Tiziana Fabitiziana/Getty Images

The Government is to set out its priorities for the forthcoming Brexit negotiations in a “consolidated paper” which it will publish before the EU agre(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and British prime minister Theresa May: The only viable course for Ireland after Brexit is to commit strongly and unambiguously to the EU regardless of the British exit outcome. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Make no mistake about it, the best outcome for Ireland would be for Britain not only to stay in the EU but also to adopt the euro as its currency. Nei(...)

There was considerable, understandable disappointment in both Northern Ireland and Scotland on Tuesday at the unanimous ruling by the UK’s Supreme Cou(...)

 Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney, who is committed to voting against invoking article 50. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images

Is the Westminster parliament, the model for parliaments around the world, about to roll over and meekly consent to a fundamental reversal in policy t(...)

British prime minister Theresa May. Many in the top echelons of the  Government have moved from bemusement at the lack of Brexit direction from Downing Street to alarm. Photograph: Thierry Roge/AFP/Getty Images

The remarks by the Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan in an interview with The Irish Times published today are evidence of a growing nervou(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with European Council president Donald Tusk at Government Buildings. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

European leaders need to show that they are “not detached from reality” by controlling immigration and improving the security of their citizens, presi(...)

Thousands of people take part in the ‘All Under One Banner’ march for Scottish independence through Glasgow city centre on July 30th, 2016.  Photograph: Jane Barlow/PA

A few weeks after the shock of the Brexit vote, the time for stunned silence or hysterical over-reaction is past. Governments – in London, Edinburgh (...)

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan said it was “too early to speculate on what may take years to iron out”. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Senior Irish policymakers have played down reports in Britain that EU members were considering a Brexit deal that would allow full access to the sing(...)

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