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It’s been four years since we formally left the EU - and its been eight years of trying to square an impossible circle. How do you keep Brexiteers happy, the EU on board and Northern Ireland’s government up and running, all at once?
Loyalist activist Jamie Bryson told the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee he was worried that the process of transition of paramilitary groups towards civilianisation had halted while concerns over post-Brexit trading arrangements remained.
It has now been three years since the UK exited Europe, but Michel Barnier, the man who helped broker the divorce for Europe, and the author of a new book ‘My Secret Brexit Diary’ – says there are still lessons to be learned from the whole experience.
In this film, senior FT writers and British businesspeople examine how Brexit hit the UK economy, the political conspiracy of silence, and why there has not yet been a convincing case for a 'Brexit dividend'.
Maroš Šefčovič says Brussels will launch fresh legal action against UK over treaty obligations.
Boris Johnson’s plans to tear up post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland have come under fierce attack from Washington, with senior congressmen on both sides of the US political divide warning the “irresponsible” move is a threat to peace in the province.
‘In two years’ time you are all going to realise Brexit was bigger news than Covid,’ warns Justin King.
One Month on the Shankill: Watch an extended eyewitness report as ITV News gains access to the Shankill Road loyalist community following the recent violence, as tensions rise over the Northern Ireland Brexit protocol.
Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis has admitted Brexit has caused "big disruption" in N Ireland.
As day two of G7 summit got underway, Johnson was quizzed about his relationship with former US president Donald Trump and the Northern Ireland protocol which governs the movement of goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
One of the many consequences of Brexit is the creation of a customs border in the Irish Sea, a move that for some in Northern Ireland has awakened old unionist fears of separation from the mainland. There's also been a lot of talk about the Northern Ireland Protocol stirring up dormant tensions between unionists and republicans. But what if those fears are ill-founded?
Which way do the political winds blow in Northern Ireland? The centennial of the decision to remain in the United Kingdom has been overshadowed by the infighting within the Democratic Unionist Party of the now outgoing First Minister Arlene Foster, pushed out by her own rank and file. We ask if that signals a further tack to the right for the Christian fundamentalist, pro-Brexit DUP...
Ex-Tory leader says some Brexiteers dismissed province as ‘inconvenient detail’.
Pro-British loyalist militants in Northern Ireland said on Friday there had been a "spectacular collective failure" to understand their anger over Brexit and other issues as there was some respite in street clashes following a week of riots.
The renewed tension in Northern Ireland could have far-reaching implications for the future of the United Kingdom - and post-Brexit relations with the EU.
Authorities in Northern Ireland sought to restore calm Thursday after Protestant and Catholic youths in Belfast hurled bricks, fireworks and gasoline bombs at police and each other. It was the worst mayhem in a week of street violence in the region, where Britain’s exit from the European Union has unsettled an uneasy political balance.
For British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, rioting on the streets in Northern Ireland is a reminder that once the pandemic fades, the U.K. will have to face up to the long-term consequences of Brexit.
‘It is arguably your political incompetence that got you here,’ Newsnight presenter suggests.
We spoke to the former Conservative Chancellor, Ken Clarke, about the budget and UK trade post-Brexit.
This week Dr Mike Galsworthy looks at the Brexit arrangements in the Irish Sea and the resulting outrage from parts of the Unionist community in Northern Ireland. ... taking a look at the future of UK Science, upcoming developments and our place in the world of science after Brexit.
Scotland's food and drink industry is warning of price rises and potential shortages when new Brexit rules on imports come into force in April.
Stormont's agriculture minister has hit back at a claim by the NI secretary that trade disruption across the Irish Sea is due to Covid-19 and not Brexit.