Ireland’s deputy premier has warned British politicians to sign up to the current Brexit agreement or risk facing a chaotic no-deal that would see the United Kingdom crashing out of the European Union.
Ireland’s deputy premier has rejected claims the Irish government is portraying the draft Brexit deal as a victory.
A group of Northern Ireland politicians are meeting with the Taoiseach in Dublin to discuss the draft Brexit deal.
The Taoiseach has hailed Theresa May for “honouring her promise” to avoid a hard border in Ireland post-Brexit.
Hundreds of people protested in Dublin city centre on Wednesday to highlight concerns over how rape trials are conducted in Ireland.
An emergency summit of European leaders will likely convene on November 25 to consider the draft Brexit deal if the UK government backs the proposed text, the Taoiseach has said.
A special meeting of the Irish Cabinet is under way at Government Buildings to discuss the possible Brexit deal.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar has attended the centenary Armistice Day commemoration in Paris.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar is to attend the centenary Armistice Day commemoration in Paris on Sunday.
A no-deal Brexit could be hugely expensive to Wales because of potential disruption to sea links with Ireland, Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones has warned.
Agreement on a Brexit deal with Brussels will create a “new dynamic” in Parliament which would help secure support for Theresa May’s plans, a key ally of the Prime Minister has claimed.
The Government is drawing up new proposals for a “review mechanism” in the Brexit withdrawal agreement, to allow the UK to escape any backstop arrangement if talks on a trade deal break down.
Theresa May has told Cabinet that she will not agree a withdrawal deal with the EU “at any cost”.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has told Theresa May that he will not accept a Brexit deal which gives the UK the unilateral power to halt “backstop” arrangements for the border with Northern Ireland.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has told Theresa May he is willing to consider proposals for a review clause in any backstop plans for the Irish border in the wake of Britain leaving the EU.
The Taoiseach has dismissed the idea of a time-limited backstop, saying it would not be worth the paper it is written on.
Brexit is undermining 20 years of peace in Northern Ireland and is fraying relationships between Britain and Ireland, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
Ireland’s Taoiseach has promised to listen to a protest vote which saw a relatively unknown businessman take around a fifth of the presidential vote.
Ireland’s premier Leo Varadkar has hailed the presidential election as an “historic victory” as Michael D Higgins could receive a million first preference votes.
Michael D Higgins is leading in the presidential election results with only a few constituencies left to complete their first counts.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar moved to reassure Irish citizens living in Northern Ireland that his government will not turn its back on them during a visit to a city just a few miles from the border.
The Taoiseach has made a symbolic visit to the headquarters of one of Northern Ireland’s Protestant loyal orders.
The Taoiseach will travel to Northern Ireland later to hear Brexit concerns of people living close to the border.
Ireland’s premier has claimed that parts of the British establishment expected Ireland to “fall into line” after the Brexit referendum.
Ireland’s premier has said that while there is “understandable public concern” around President Michael D Higgins using the government’s private jet to fly to Belfast, the additional cost is “very small”.
Irish President Michael D Higgins has said he shares the concerns of the country’s premier Leo Varadkar that there is a risk of a return to violence if a hard border is imposed post-Brexit.
A senior Democratic Unionist has branded Ireland’s premier “vile” after accusing him of using terrorist victims to scaremonger over Brexit.
Ireland’s premier has warned there is a “real risk” of a return to violence in Ireland if a hard border returns.
Ireland’s Taoiseach used a newspaper article on an IRA bombing of a customs post as a “prop” to emphasise the importance of the Irish border issue to EU leaders.
Ireland’s premier has said that the key issue of agreeing the backstop deal is not only an issue of substance, but “an issue of trust”.