Nigel Farage

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Donna Hillyer: 'The Irish relationship with England will always be complicated, and it can be frustrating at times to see the lack of self-awareness and knowledge about the role the country has had to play in its next-door neighbour’s history.'

I left Ireland for London 15 years ago, four years before the recession hit, at a time when some people thought I was mad to go: Ireland was booming, (...)

Nigel Farage at a rally with the Brexit Party’s European election candidates at the Corn Exchange in Edinburgh, Scotland,  on May 17th. Photograph:  Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Sterling has slipped towards the lows of the year as the leadership contest for the Tory party moves into top gear. With a new prime minister likely w(...)

The whole focus in London is back inwards to the bear pit of British politics rather than outwards to what the EU might actually agree to, or even what might be in the UK’s best long-term interest. Photograph: Getty Images

It hasn’t gone away, you know. Brexit has been on a bit of a media break over the last month or two since EU leaders agreed to extend the UK’s departu(...)

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May  and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn: plug has been pulled on six weeks of Brexit compromise talks. Photograph: Philippe Lopez and Paul Ellis

British prime minister Theresa May could give MPs a chance to consider a series of options for Brexit in indicative votes following the collapse of he(...)

British prime minister Theresa May arriving for a meeting with members of the 1922 Committee in London on Thursday. Photograph: Alastair Grant/AP

Theresa May has agreed to set a date early next month for her departure as prime minister, regardless of whether MPs approve her Brexit deal. Mrs May (...)

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage  visiting an e-cigarette and vape shop whilst on a European Parliament election campaign rally in Merthyr Tydfil, south Wales on Wednesday. Photograph: Geoff Caddick/AFP/Getty.

The relative success of Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party in the forthcoming European elections may increase the chances of British prime minister Theresa M(...)

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood and party colleague Nicola Mallon: the party formed a partnership with Fianna Fáil earlier this year. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

For decades John Hume represented the SDLP in the European Parliament. Even 15 years since he departed the job, the SDLP still sees Northern Ireland’s(...)

Daniel Stewart: ‘Adventuring makes my heart light. I hope writing about it, makes yours too.’ Photograph: Lily Duffield

If you’re starting to read this, it’s already too late. Gloom has smothered everything. The United Kingdom is destined to become weaker leaving the E(...)

If the British prime minister and Jeremy Corbyn, above, cannot agree on a common position, the government’s Plan B is to seek Labour’s engagement with a process of ‘definitive votes’. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Theresa May’s announcement last night that she will introduce the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) early next month comes despite no evidence of progre(...)

 Fine Gael’s two Dublin candidates for the European Elections, Frances Fitzgerald and Mark Durkan, joined by Minister Josepha Madigan TD. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

There are going to be “voices for nonsense” from the UK in the next European parliament, Fine Gael MEP candidate Mark Durkan has said. Mr Durkan, for(...)

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