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Thursday, 20 September 2018

Ireland on course to become Europe's tech capital – Leo Varadkar

Ireland on course to become Europe's tech capital – Leo Varadkar
- Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that Ireland is well on its way to becoming the tech capital of Europe and, despite Brexit, will continue to offer a ...

Barnier offers better Irish terms to get Brexit deal

Barnier offers better Irish terms to get Brexit deal
- The European Union is ready to address key British concerns over Northern Ireland, the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier ...

United Ireland? North's reliance on public purse makes it tricky

United Ireland? North's reliance on public purse makes it tricky
Brexit is a danger to the politics of the North and the peace process – but ... So is the cost and possible consequences of a move to a united Ireland, ...

United Ireland after Brexit: Do the sums add up?

United Ireland after Brexit: Do the sums add up?
- So is the cost and possible consequences of a move to a united Ireland, a topic back under discussion, due largely to the impact of Brexit. While you ...

EU leaders to meet in Austria as Brexit 'moment of truth' approaches

EU leaders to meet in Austria as Brexit 'moment of truth' approaches
- Michel Barnier says talks are in the 'home straight', adding that he's ready to improve a proposal to avoid a hard border in Ireland. The Irish issue - in ...

Brexit and the Irish border question explained

Brexit and the Irish border question explained
- There are two discrete but entangled elements to the impasse in Brexit negotiations over the Irish border: the “backstop”, which is an insurance policy ...

No danger of Ireland being sold short' - Tánaiste

No danger of Ireland being sold short' - Tánaiste
- The Tánaiste has said the European Union members' solidarity with Ireland over the ... "The Brexit negotiations are entering their decisive phase.

EU will NOT change Brexit position warns Ireland despite UK calls for compromise

EU will NOT change Brexit position warns Ireland despite UK calls for compromise
- The political leader said the issue should be addressed as a matter of urgency and expressed fears Ireland could be "blind-sided" over Brexit.

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