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# Brexit

This month
May 2024
Voters here say Denmark is most like Ireland among our EU counterparts
Opinion: Dialogue is key to solving the UK-Ireland asylum issue
Dr Clare Rice
Last month
April 2024
Varadkar hopes his bad rep with unionists will be reassessed 'with the fullness of time'
This year
DUP green lights Stormont return after UK Parliament fast-tracks legislation to restore devolution
EU food and drink bound for Britain to face extra barriers from today
Brian Rowan: Donaldson finally came through, but the real work starts now
Brian Rowan
Jeffrey Donaldson to give 'update on political situation' to DUP executive on Monday
What you need to know about new Brexit rules for Irish exporters that enter force on 31 January
Sinn Féin in bid to recall Stormont Assembly next week ahead of public sector strike
Sunak says there is 'a very good basis’ for Stormont Executive to be restored
Last year
UK abandons plan to use imperial measures for goods after consultation finds only 1% in favour
'Economic blackmail': DUP blasts UK Govt as NI misses out on funding due to Stormont collapse
Jeffrey Donaldson says he cannot be certain Stormont will return by end of year
DUP talking to UK's Labour Party but pressing for Stormont return deal with Conservatives
Michelle O’Neill says coming weeks are 'critical' in efforts to restore Stormont
Jeffrey Donaldson says he will not ‘bow to threats’ amid warning of loyalist protests
Cross-border red and green lanes take effect as NI secretary says his job 'best in government'
'Easier said than done': Micheál Martin on UK Labour leader's comments about reopening Brexit deal
Keir Starmer says he will renegotiate Brexit deal if elected
Brexit a driver in rise of English and Welsh people holding Irish passports, UK figures suggest
Britain delays introducing post-Brexit border checks until January 2024
Irish government to fund Erasmus places for students in Northern Ireland
Peter Flanagan: Brexit has failed, Boris has bolted and Sunak has been left with the mess
Peter Flanagan
Cross-border trade between Ireland and the North 'increased significantly' since Brexit: ESRI
Joint EU and UK enforcement of post-Brexit trade requires serious consideration, says DUP
At least 20% of Brexit supporters would now vote differently, BBC poll suggests
EU-UK relations seen as improved in months since Boris Johnson departure
Analysis: Housing in Ireland won’t look any better before the next general election
Victor Duggan
Campaigners who raised ire of right-wing press insist they're not 'plotting to hijack Eurovision'
Northern Ireland secretary says ‘deadlines are deadly’ amid calls to restore Stormont
Plans for streamlined post-Brexit trade checks with EU unveiled by UK ministers
Majority in NI think Windsor Framework could bring economic benefits, poll suggests
Opinion: Biden knows the value of his visit to Ireland in the wake of Brexit and Trump
Peter Flanagan
Windsor Framework gets formal sign-off after success in House of Commons vote
Govt transfers €150m in Brexit funding to post-Covid fund, to be spent in part on retrofitting
'Stormont brake' emphatically passed by House of Commons but DUP confirms no return to power-sharing
Varadkar concerned new UK visa waiver scheme will deter tourists from visiting NI
Aldi in UK to lift restrictions on fresh vegetables as shortages ease
Heaton-Harris: Westminster MPs to vote on new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland by end of month
UK's post-Brexit immigration rules may be relaxed due to labour shortage