Ireland’s Ambassador to London, Dan Mulhall: says Irish officials are successfully “sensitising” EU governments to the difficulties Brexit creates for Ireland.  Photograph:  Malcolm McNally

Irish Ministers and officials are successfully “sensitising” other European Union governments to the special difficulties Brexit creates for the coun(...)

British prime minister Theresa May with Taoiseach Enda Kenny at  an informal meeting of EU heads of state or government in Valletta, Malta, 3rd February 2017. Photograph: Yves Herman/EPA

A “special deal” between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland as the UK heads towards Brexit is not legally possible, legal experts have said.(...)

British prime minister Theresa May at Government Buildings during her recent press conference with Taoiseach Enda Kenny. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Theresa May’s promises of a frictionless Border are “nice words”, the former head of the European Commission’s customs procedures has told MPs. Michae(...)

Diaspora: The Irish Times view

The homing instinct of Irish emigrants who return to Ireland in such huge numbers at this time of the year is one of the heart-warming certainties of (...)

PSNI chief constable George Hamilton gives evidence to Commons Northern Ireland Committee on the future of the land border, at Portcullis House in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday December 13, 2016. See PA story ULSTER Brexit. Photo credit should read: PA/PA Wire

Weaker immigration checks in the Irish Republic are providing a route for international criminals to enter the UK, Northern Ireland’s police chief has(...)

The British and Irish governments, along with the devolved administration in Northern Ireland, have said they want to preserve the Common Travel Area after Brexit. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Common Travel Area between Ireland and Britain can survive after Brexit but it will need to be put on a new legal footing, a House of Commons comm(...)

The report found that 45 per cent backed passport checks on visitors from Ireland, with 29 per cent opposed and 25 per cent with no opinion. Photograph: Alan Betson

Almost half of British voters want to introduce passport checks between the UK and Ireland after Brexit, according to a major new opinion survey. T(...)

A House of Commons committee is  discussing the  future of the Border after Brexit. Photograph: Reuters

A cross-party House of Commons committee has begun an inquiry into the future of the Border after Brexit, assessing the impact of different potential(...)

David Cameron has called the Brexit referendum for  June.  Photograph: Bloomberg

A British exit from the European Union would create uncertainty and potential risks for small businesses in Northern Ireland, a House of Commons commi(...)

The St George’s Cross, European Union and Union flags outside a hotel in London. British MPs have launched an inquiry into the potential impact on Northern Ireland of a decision to leave the EU. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

British MPs have launched an inquiry into the potential impact on Northern Ireland of a decision to leave the European Union, including implications f(...)

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