Mock soldiers created a checkpoint on the Irish border to warn Theresa May about the dangers of a hard Brexit.
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Brexit "act of self harm", Irish PM tells Euronews
Irish prime minister says even if no deal is agreed, Northern Ireland will need to remain aligned to EU rules to avoid hard border.
Warning as UK's EU departure approaches.
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In an interview with Euronews, Ireland's deputy prime minister denied rumours that the Irish Prime Minister or himself were using Brexit to make life difficult for Britain.
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As the UK prepares for a week of debate ahead of the vote on the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement next week, Dublin is bracing itself amid the uncertainty over Britain’s next steps.
A group representing doctors fears Ireland is not geared up for abortion services after they were legalised in a referendum
The US former marine was expected to return home on Sunday. Instead, Whelan has been detained in a Russian prison over spy allegations.
From swimming in chilly waters, to a parade and a religious ceremony, take a look at how people across Europe spent New Year's Day.
Communities in the border areas have become accustomed to freedom of movement. The backstop furore has led to fears among residents that a hard border will see a return to the 'troubles'.
The vandalism appeared after a bill to legalise abortion services passed all stages in the Irish senate.
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While the wet weather in Brussels can dampen the spirits of some, Ireland's Permanent Representation to the EU has found a small silver lining.
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney says the Brexit withdrawal agreement is done but expresses hope that Britain would rejoin the EU one day, welcoming it back 'in a heartbeat'
Raab said he "cannot in good conscience support the terms proposed for our deal with the EU."
May suffers new blow as minister resigns over Brexit
EU leaders had tentatively scheduled a special summit for November to sign-off on the deal, however, negotiators remain at odds over the Irish border question.
A referendum was held on whether to change the law, which makes publishing or uttering a blasphemous comment punishable by a fine of 25,000 euros.