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BREXIT has set Ireland "on the path" to simultaneous north/south referendums on unification, an international legal conference has been told.
THE US House of Representatives' foreign affairs committee has unanimously passed a resolution reaffirming support for the Good Friday Agreement.
Government told to wake up to extent of unionist anger over ‘betrayal’ of Northern Ireland.
Richard Neal says US is a ‘guarantor’ of agreement and will not see it compromised.
The Chairman of the US House of Representatives' Ways and Means Committee has issued a fresh warning that there will be no trade deal between the US and the UK if Brexit leads to the return of a hard border.
Survey reveals devastating emotional impact as people in area fear return of hard border.
Nicos Anastasiades says Cyprus will stand up for peace in Ireland and the backstop.
The Tánaiste has raised concerns about the "citizenship and identity provisions" of the Good Friday Agreement after a Northern Irish woman lost a challenge by the British Home Office on its ruling that she is British by birth.
EU gives go-ahead to weekend meetings after PM appears to backtrack on customs stance.
Donald Tusk responds to claims by No 10 source that EU is willing to ‘torpedo the Good Friday agreement’.
Tusk ‘fully behind Ireland’ as MEPs reject UK Brexit proposals.
The Good Friday Agreement was born of the most painstaking talks I ever took part in. Now our prime minister threatens to rip it apart.
Ms Greer also warned of the depth of sentiment around the issue of Ireland in the US, saying: 'The United States is Irish'
UK proposals "do not match even remotely" Northern Irish backstop plan, says steering group.
Parliament Brexit chief says proposal is ‘mainly a repackaging of the bad ideas that have already been floated in the past’.
Democrats have warned future UK trade deal with US post-Brexit must uphold agreement.
DUP isolated in backing plan, which could ‘destroy economy and Good Friday agreement’
Prime minister’s ‘take it or leave it’ proposals described as unworkable and illegal.
Downing Street beats a hasty retreat after leak shows backsliding on Good Friday Agreement pledges. / There is near-unanimous political outrage in Ireland over a leaked British government plan to throw up a “buffer zone” with customs posts on the Irish border. Parties across the political spectrum branded it “out of the question”.
Accusations come as PM is set to meet Irish taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Dublin.
The lord chief justice in Northern Ireland will tomorrow consider granting an immediate injunction to block the suspension of parliament.
US Congressman @RepBrendanBoyle tells #newsnight
Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has said that Ireland would not be carrying out bilateral negotiations with the UK in relation to no-deal Brexit planning.
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s demands to drop the Brexit backstop came with no “realistic alternatives” and amounted to seeking a return to controls along the sensitive Irish border.
The US Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer has sent a letter to the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warning that he will strongly oppose any US-UK trade deal that undermines the Good Friday Agreement or facilitates a return to a hard border.