Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has told the Irish parliament that the UK Conservative government’s reliance on DUP votes “creates a problem” in restoring a government in Northern Ireland.
The Irish premier has said he raised the issue of extending the deadline for the UK leaving the EU with the British Prime Minister.
Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said anyone hoping that EU solidarity with Ireland will falter on the Brexit border backstop is “in for a nasty surprise”.
Ireland’s premier has denied being “complacent” over the UK crashing out of the European Union.
The Taoiseach has offered his support to the family of murdered Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane as they continue their lengthy campaign for justice.
Theresa May has been given a warning by senior Tories that the “monumental” problems with her Brexit plan cannot be solved by “cursory tweaks”.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said he will not be negotiating Brexit when he meets Theresa May for dinner in Dublin on Friday evening.
Theresa May is to hold talks with Irish premier Leo Varadkar as she continues her shuttle-diplomacy to try to break the deadlock in the Brexit negotiations.
Ireland will not be left alone in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the European Commission president has said.
The EU is open to further discussion with the UK Government on Brexit but the Withdrawal Agreement remains “the best deal possible”, the Irish premier has said.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has arrived in Brussels for talks with EU leaders to discuss preparations for a no-deal Brexit.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar will travel to Brussels today to meet with EU leaders to intensify plans for a no-deal Brexit.
The Irish government has rejected the prospect of bilateral discussions on Brexit with the Democratic Unionist Party.
The Taoiseach has said that the inquiry into the children’s hospital overspend will now assign individual responsibility after criticism of its parameters.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar will travel to Brussels next week to discuss no-deal Brexit preparations with the leaders of the European Commission and Council.
The UK’s attempt to reopen the Brexit negotiations only reinforces the need for a “legally robust” and “workable” backstop, the Irish premier has said.
Former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has accused Leo Varadkar of leaking details of a confidential meeting he held with an Irish minister.
The Irish Government cannot ignore the will of the people and growing support for a united Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Sinn Fein have said.
Ireland’s deputy premier has played down comments made by Leo Varadkar who said soldiers could return to the border if Brexit goes “very wrong”.
The Irish premier has warned that soldiers may return to the border if Brexit goes “very wrong”.
The organisers of a Brexit conference have defended not inviting unionist politicians, insisting the event will instead rebalance their “misrepresentation” of public opinion in Northern Ireland.
The Irish premier has faced accusations that his party is not telling the public the full truth about the impact of a no-deal Brexit.
The onus is on Westminster to find solutions to the Brexit impasse which the EU and Ireland can accept, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
The Taoiseach has rejected accusations from the opposition that the Irish government is being secretive about its no-deal Brexit planning.
MPs have fired a warning shot across the Government’s bows as they backed an amendment intended to limit ministers’ tax raising powers in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
History will take “a dim view” of Theresa May’s Cabinet if it presses ahead with a no-deal Brexit if the Prime Minister’s EU Withdrawal Agreement is voted down by MPs next week, a senior minister has warned.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has said the country will not stand in the way if the British Government asks for an extension to Article 50.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has warned the British Government that time for “wishful thinking” is over if it wants to avoid crashing out of the European Union.
The European Union is “happy to give” the UK fresh assurances over the Northern Irish backstop, Irish leader Leo Varadkar has reportedly said.
Ireland has gained more than 4,500 jobs from major international firms because of Brexit-related investments, it has been claimed.