Ireland’s Foreign Affairs minister Simon Coveney has said the EU-UK Brexit negotiations have been challenging in recent weeks and that the EU has his full support.
UK World Trade Organisation nominee Liam Fox is hoping to snare further European Union votes as the bloc showed signs of a split over who should be the next director general.
A public information campaign aimed at helping UK travellers prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period launches on Friday.
Ministers have been on the receiving end of angry responses from the haulage sector for the second day running, after being accused of holding a “washout” meeting on Brexit preparedness.
Street artist Banksy has lost a legal battle with a greeting card company along with a European Union trademark for one of his most famous works.
European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen believes that the EU must rise above its fragmented approach on dealing with coronavirus by centralising more decision-making on health issues.
The British Government’s Brexit “negotiating tactic” has backfired, Ireland’s deputy premier said.
Six European Union countries and the bloc’s executive commission have started testing a virtual “gateway” to ensure national coronavirus tracing apps can work across borders.
Boris Johnson is facing mounting criticism over his legislation overriding his Brexit deal, as leaders from across the political spectrum attacked the threat to break international law.
Senior Conservatives are not backing down on their rebellion against Boris Johnson’s controversial Brexit legislation despite his warning Brussels could “carve up our country” without it.
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove has joined Boris Johnson in warning that Brussels could break up the UK if MPs do not approve controversial legislation to override parts of the Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson has said his controversial legislation to override parts of his Brexit deal is needed to end EU threats to install a “blockade” in the Irish Sea.
Boris Johnson has appealed to Conservative MPs to support legislation that could breach international law in overriding parts of his Brexit deal amid concerns of a rebellion.
Downing Street has insisted a post-Brexit free trade deal with the EU is still possible despite an increasingly bitter war of words with Brussels amid the threat of legal action.
A shameful application for rogue state status, a deliberate step that will destroy Britain’s moral authority on the world stage and harm its position in international trade, and an unsurprising move from a Prime Minister who cannot be trusted.
Britain’s relationship with the EU has been plunged into crisis after ministers rejected a demand by Brussels to drop plans to override key elements of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.
The EU has threatened legal action against the UK if ministers do not withdraw measures that override Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal from new legislation by the end of the month.
Facebook’s transfer of data on European users to its US base could grind to a halt in the aftermath of a court ruling centred on American national security law concerns.
The European Commission has called for urgent talks with Britain as the Government set out its plans to override key elements of the Brexit deal signed by Boris Johnson.
On the election campaign trail last year, Boris Johnson was clear – put the Conservatives back in power and they could get a “fantastic new free trade agreement” with Brussels.
The Brexit process has been thrown into fresh turmoil by reports of Government moves to bring in new laws which would override parts of the Withdrawal Agreement from the EU.
Ireland remains well placed to secure a substantive EU Commission portfolio having selected two “high calibre” candidates, the Taoiseach has insisted.
Ireland has proposed a long-standing MEP and a senior banker as its two candidates to become the country’s next EU Commissioner.
Liz Truss has blamed the European Union for the crippling US tariff hikes on Scotch whisky.
A second wave of coronavirus and a no-deal Brexit this winter would have a "seriously detrimental impact on the viability" of the Scottish fishing sector, MPs have heard.
Downing Street has accused EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier of painting a “misleading representation” of the UK’s post-Brexit proposals to deflect from Brussels’ “unrealistic” position.
The UK risks crashing out of the EU without a trade deal by refusing to compromise and break the deadlock in post-Brexit negotiations, Michel Barnier has warned.
Britain must “not surrender” to the EU over fishing access as Brexit talks reach crunch point, ministers have been told.
A post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union remains possible but “it is clear that it will not be easy to achieve”, Downing Street has said.
France has accused the UK Government of deliberately stalling post-Brexit trade deal negotiations and having unreasonable expectations.