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A Northern Ireland who farmer appeared in a D.U.P. Brexit broadcast in 2016 says he now regrets having voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.
Luxembourg talks are not expected to deliver a breakthrough as the clock ticks down to 31 October.
Documents seen by Channel 4 News reveal that the Treasury and Department for Transport have been asked for advice on possible costs and risks.
Sinn Fein has signalled a willingness to co-operate with other pro-Remain parties to challenge DUP Brexiteer candidates if a general election is called.
Simon Coveney dampens hopes that Boris Johnson’s border proposal is a game-changer.
Arlene Foster tells incoming prime minister the £1bn-plus confidence and supply agreement must be renewed ‘over the coming weeks’.
Fiach Kelly: The main threat from a crashout is political and constitutional, not economic.
Taoiseach wants to keep a guarantee there will be no return to hard borders. / Leo Varadkar has said that removing the border backstop would be as bad for Ireland as a no-deal Brexit.
Irish premier says it is 'alarming' that Tory leadership contenders want to remove safeguard against hard border.
Naomi Long wins seat after trebling party’s vote, saying supporters want to remain in EU.
Theresa May is facing near-certain defeat in her final Brexit gamble, as both Tory rebels and the Democratic Unionist Party vowed to vote down crucial legislation.
Brexiter Tories and DUP united in opposition to bill with SNP, Lib Dem and Labour remainers. / MPs on all sides of the Brexit divide have vowed to vote down Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement when the government brings the bill to the House of Commons next month.
Episode one watches as the Europeans’ respect for a formidable negotiating opponent turns into frustration and incredulity as the British fail to present a united front. At moments funny and tragic, it ends with the debacle in December 2017 when Theresa May flies in to Brussels to finalise details of a deal and is publically humiliated by her coalition partner.
The Border is a sticking point in Brexit negotiations, but why?
It can’t be a coincidence that this ‘celebration’ will coincide with 100 years of Ireland’s partition.
The Protestant politicians of the 1970s and the Tory Brexiteers of today have a common denominator: their fear of ‘betrayal’ and their constant assurance that they are speaking for ‘the people of Britain’.
Last week, the prime minister said Northern Ireland was unable to prepare fully for a no-deal Brexit because of the collapse of devolution.
Brexit is on course for a lengthy delay after MPs rejected Theresa May's EU Withdrawal Agreement by a margin of 58 votes.
The Democratic Unionist Party has hammered the final nail into the coffin of Theresa May’s deal, insisting it will not back it under “any set of circumstances”.
SAMMY Wilson has suggested the DUP would prefer to delay Brexit for a year rather than accept Theresa May's "toxic deal".
Theresa May has angered Tory and DUP MPs by “taking no deal off the table” at a time when she desperately needs them to pass her Brexit deal.
A £435,000 donation to the DUP from a pro-Brexit group was not reported to the Electoral Commission (EC), it has been revealed.
DUP's Brexit spokesperson Sammy Wilson has said there is no point in his party agreeing to something that is not deliverable.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has today written to the Prime Minister about the role of the devolved administrations in talks on the future trade relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union.