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From TheJournal.ie EU and Britain intensify talks on post-Brexit future The Countdown Is On

EU and Britain intensify talks on post-Brexit future

The new round of talks in Brussels will be the first to be held face-to-face since the coronavirus shutdown.

From TheJournal.ie Boris Johnson to discuss easing lockdown and two-metre rule with scientists Covid-19

Boris Johnson to discuss easing lockdown and two-metre rule with scientists

Johnson will tomorrow outline the plans to parliament for pubs, restaurants, hotels and hairdressers to reopen in England.

From TheJournal.ie Police say Cummings may have committed 'minor breach' of lockdown rules but will face no further action Durham

Police say Cummings may have committed 'minor breach' of lockdown rules but will face no further action

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he believes his senior aide “behaved reasonably and legally”.

From TheJournal.ie Insect repellant given to British armed forces as 'an additional layer of protection' against Covid-19 Citriodiol

Insect repellant given to British armed forces as 'an additional layer of protection' against Covid-19

A Citriodiol-based spray has been given to personnel in light of the surgeon general’s advice

From TheJournal.ie Boris Johnson promises 'comprehensive plan' in first press conference since recovering from Covid-19 Covid-19

Boris Johnson promises 'comprehensive plan' in first press conference since recovering from Covid-19

The plan is to include ways in which people might travel to work and how children can go back to school or into childcare

From TheJournal.ie UK now has third-most deaths from Covid-19 as latest figures show death toll above 26,000 Coronavirus

UK now has third-most deaths from Covid-19 as latest figures show death toll above 26,000

A further 3,811 deaths have been recorded in UK care homes and the wider community, and these will now be counted in the daily figures.

From TheJournal.ie Britain records 917 new deaths in 24 hours pushing death toll close to 10,000 Covid19

Britain records 917 new deaths in 24 hours pushing death toll close to 10,000

The number of new infections from the disease climbed by 5,234.

From TheJournal.ie British Health Secretary says people ignoring social-distancing advice are ‘selfish’ Coronavirus

British Health Secretary says people ignoring social-distancing advice are ‘selfish’

Over the weekend, photos emerged showing crowds of people visiting open spaces across many parts of the UK and Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie UK's Covid-19 support package includes three-month mortgage freeze and cash grants for small businesses SUPPORTS

UK's Covid-19 support package includes three-month mortgage freeze and cash grants for small businesses

The package comes after the public was told to avoid all non-essential contact and travel.

From TheJournal.ie Why the UK's reliance on 'herd immunity' is being condemned as 'wrong' and 'letting the fire burn' Flattening The Curve

Why the UK's reliance on 'herd immunity' is being condemned as 'wrong' and 'letting the fire burn'

“Their view really is to let this fire burn, and they will try and damp it down where they can,” Dr Gabriel Scally said today.

From The42 Racing in Britain set to go behind closed doors TAKING ACTION

Racing in Britain set to go behind closed doors

The move is likely to take place later in the week, initially until the end of March.

From TheJournal.ie Britain cancels its May local elections due to coronavirus outbreak Coronavirus

Britain cancels its May local elections due to coronavirus outbreak

The Electoral Commission yesterday wrote to ministers warning of ‘real risks’ to holding the elections as planned on 7 May.

From TheJournal.ie Twelve new Covid-19 cases confirmed in UK, bringing total to 35 Matt Hancock

Twelve new Covid-19 cases confirmed in UK, bringing total to 35

The UK health secretary said shutting down cities was possible despite a “huge economic and social downside”.

From TheJournal.ie British minister refuses to rule out chlorinated chicken in trade deal with North America Trade Deal

British minister refuses to rule out chlorinated chicken in trade deal with North America

George Eustice also defended the Government’s new immigration system after businesses raised fears of a shortage of workers.

From TheJournal.ie Stink bombs, celebration, and a 'hesitant' public: When Britain joined the EEC in 1973 Fanfare For Europe

Stink bombs, celebration, and a 'hesitant' public: When Britain joined the EEC in 1973

Britain joined the same year that Ireland joined the then-EEC.

From TheJournal.ie British flag lowered from outside European Parliament ahead of Brexit hour Brexit This post contains videos

British flag lowered from outside European Parliament ahead of Brexit hour

As the clock strikes 11pm, Britain becomes the first country to leave the 28-member bloc.

From TheJournal.ie Coveney claims Brexit will 'dominate Irish politics' as UK prepares to leave the EU tonight Britain

Coveney claims Brexit will 'dominate Irish politics' as UK prepares to leave the EU tonight

He also said there will be no discussions on a trade deal if there is not a ‘level playing field’.

From TheJournal.ie Boris Johnson unveils ‘most radical Queen’s Speech in a generation' Brexit

Boris Johnson unveils ‘most radical Queen’s Speech in a generation'

Of the 25 Bills detailed in Johnson’s second Queen’s Speech in less than three months, seven are devoted to Brexit.

From TheJournal.ie Johnson says he has an 'overwhelming mandate' to take Britain out of EU by end of January Getting It Done

Johnson says he has an 'overwhelming mandate' to take Britain out of EU by end of January

Johnson lead the Tories to a massive victory in the general election.

From TheJournal.ie Do the results in the North make a united Ireland more likely? 'People shouldn't race ahead of themselves' says Varadkar POLITICAL SHIFT

Do the results in the North make a united Ireland more likely? 'People shouldn't race ahead of themselves' says Varadkar

The Taoiseach said the tectonic plates of the political landscape in the North have shifted.

From TheJournal.ie Corbyn claims Johnson misled people about customs checks in his Brexit deal Northern Ireland

Corbyn claims Johnson misled people about customs checks in his Brexit deal

The Labour leader said a confidential report paints a ‘damning picture’ of Boris Johnson’s deal, especially when it came to Northern Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Italian could overtake Irish in list of most common non-British nationalities in UK Non Nationals

Italian could overtake Irish in list of most common non-British nationalities in UK

An estimated 322,000 Irish people were living in the UK in the year to June 2019, new figures suggest.

From TheJournal.ie Wife of White Helmets founder ‘barred from leaving Turkey’ amid death probe Britain

Wife of White Helmets founder ‘barred from leaving Turkey’ amid death probe

James Le Mesurier was found dead outside his Istanbul home on November 11.

From TheJournal.ie Brexit will make Britain a 'second-rate player', Donald Tusk says Brexit

Brexit will make Britain a 'second-rate player', Donald Tusk says

Tusk, who leaves office at the end of the month, has made no secret of his opposition to Brexit.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: 'The poppy argument in Ireland is an ideological battle that's been raging since the 19th century' Opinion

Opinion: 'The poppy argument in Ireland is an ideological battle that's been raging since the 19th century'

Caoimhín de Barra looks at nationalism and unionism, and the conflicting emotions people have around the use of the poppy.

From TheJournal.ie Minister blames Bercow for making it 'very difficult' to leave EU by October deadline Brexit

Minister blames Bercow for making it 'very difficult' to leave EU by October deadline

“It looks like they may well give us an extension.”

From TheJournal.ie What can we expect from the Queen's Speech? Royals

What can we expect from the Queen's Speech?

The ceremony has existed in its current form since 1852, and kickstarts the British government’s legislative agenda.

From TheJournal.ie Brexit talks resume in Brussels after 'constructive meeting' between Varadkar and Johnson Brexit

Brexit talks resume in Brussels after 'constructive meeting' between Varadkar and Johnson

The talks will indicate whether discussions between the Taoiseach and Prime Minister Boris Johnson paved way for a potential breakthrough.

From TheJournal.ie 'Who runs Britain?': UK papers divided over Supreme Court ruling as parliament returns Prorogued

'Who runs Britain?': UK papers divided over Supreme Court ruling as parliament returns

A Guardian writer calls Johnson a “liar” while the Express asks what’s lawful about denying the result of the Brexit vote.

From TheJournal.ie UK, France and Germany blame Iran for Saudi oil attacks European Leaders

UK, France and Germany blame Iran for Saudi oil attacks

In a joint statement, the countries called on Tehran to choose dialogue over further “provocation”.

From TheJournal.ie Michel Barnier: 'No reason to be optimistic' that Brexit deal will be reached DIVORCE DEAL

Michel Barnier: 'No reason to be optimistic' that Brexit deal will be reached

Barnier’s stark assessment came as MEPs said there can be no Brexit deal without the Irish backstop.

From TheJournal.ie The Explainer: Who is Dominic Cummings? Podcast

The Explainer: Who is Dominic Cummings?

In this week’s episode of The Explainer,

From TheJournal.ie Parnell and Rees-Mogg: The ‘Uncrowned King of Ireland’ and the unworkable British parliament Opinion

Parnell and Rees-Mogg: The ‘Uncrowned King of Ireland’ and the unworkable British parliament

Historian Donal Fallon writes about Charles Stewart Parnell, and how the Irish Parliamentary Party brought filibustering to Westminster.

From TheJournal.ie MPs to propose law to stop no-deal Brexit - Gove won't rule out ignoring it if it passes Brexit

MPs to propose law to stop no-deal Brexit - Gove won't rule out ignoring it if it passes

Opposition MP Sir Keir Starmer said Gove’s comments were “breathtaking”.

From TheJournal.ie A no-deal Brexit will plunge Northern Ireland into turmoil, Belfast court hears High Court

A no-deal Brexit will plunge Northern Ireland into turmoil, Belfast court hears

A legal bid to reverse a suspension of parliament has been launched in the North.

From The42 Ireland overcome Britain in thriller to secure historic bronze medal Feat

Ireland overcome Britain in thriller to secure historic bronze medal

The result also means they earn promotion to Division A for their age group for 2020.

From TheJournal.ie US to seek free-trade agreement with UK 'at the earliest possible time' after it leaves EU Brexit

US to seek free-trade agreement with UK 'at the earliest possible time' after it leaves EU

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo yesterday met with UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.

From TheJournal.ie 'Panic' and 'security gaps': Internal British document warns about impact of no-deal Brexit Border

'Panic' and 'security gaps': Internal British document warns about impact of no-deal Brexit

Britain leaving the EU without a deal seems increasingly likely.

From TheJournal.ie Quiz: Did Boris Johnson say this? Boris Johnson

Quiz: Did Boris Johnson say this?

The new British Prime Minister is known for making controversial comments.

From TheJournal.ie Jacob Rees-Mogg addresses proroguing parliament in his first speech as Leader of the Commons Uk Cabinet

Jacob Rees-Mogg addresses proroguing parliament in his first speech as Leader of the Commons

Rees-Mogg has just given his first statement in the House of Commons as a member of the British government.

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