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Britain’s prime minister Theresa May: her article 50 pledge has triggered another shuddering drop in the value of sterling. Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP

Irish exporters may be feeling the pain of another Brexit-related slide in sterling but one group who won’t exactly be crying into their cornflakes ar(...)

Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon. Photograph: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

UK and Scottish leaders have clashed over the role of the Edinburgh parliament in the upcoming Brexit negotiations, raising the possibility of a Scott(...)

British prime minister Theresa May: as she takes Britain out of the EU, and probably the single market, she wants to preserve enough time, energy and that ineffable thing called political capital to forge a “People’s Conservatism”. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA

It started with New Labour and its commitment to metaphysical impossibilities such as “Excellence for all” and “Giving every child the best start in l(...)

Sterling slid towards a three-decade low against the dollar on Monday following Theresa May’s comments on Brexit over the weekend. Photograph: Getty Images

European stock markets made minor gains on Monday as a rise in the shares of fund management companies in the wake of a large merger in the sector pro(...)

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has given the  clearest signal yet that the Government is seeking a special status for Northern Ireland as a solution to the threat of a hard border on the island post-Brexit. File photograph: Getty Images

The Government will seek a “legal recognition of the unique status of the North and the circumstances on the island” as part of the arrangements when(...)

Following their meeting with British prime minister Theresa May at Stormont in July, Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness  gave separate, edgy press conferences which highlighted their diametrically opposing positions on Brexit. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty

The senior Northern Ireland civil servant, a veteran of the peace process and a plurality of crises over recent decades, shook his head as Arlene Fos(...)

The political reality that the UK’s Brexit referendum was always as much about controlling immigration as leaving the EU has finally sunk in. Optimist(...)

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May’s comments have raised concerns of a possible hardline Brexit. Photograph: Oli Scarff/EFP/Getty Images

A number of proposals put forward by business groups in recent months to help Irish exporters facing difficulties due to Brexit have been rejected be(...)

 British Prime Minister Theresa May prepares  to deliver a speech about Brexit on the first day of the Conservative Party Conference 2016 at the ICC Birmingham on October 2nd. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Article 50, providing for Brexit, will be triggered by the end of March next year, British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised. Two years after it(...)

Jeremy Browne: said that   although US investment banks who operate across Europe are considering relocating staff in the euro zone, some will prefer a location on the continent.

Dublin’s attractions for banks seeking to relocate staff from London after Brexit are partly offset by Ireland’s location and the small size of the do(...)

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