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Sinn Féin and DUP granted extended deadline for power-sharing talks

Sinn Féin and DUP granted extended deadline for power-sharing talks

Northern Ireland secretary made announcement after Monday’s deadline passed with no breakthrough in negotiationsSinn Féin and the Democratic Unionists have been given extra time to continue
Minister prepares plans to impose budget on Northern Ireland

Minister prepares plans to impose budget on Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland secretary James Brokenshire reveals plans but stresses move does not signal return to direct rule from LondonPlans are being put in place to impose a budget for regional government
UK confident that Irish border will not stop progress of Brexit talks

UK confident that Irish border will not stop progress of Brexit talks

But view of many in EU27 is that Britain leaving single market and customs union makes hard border inevitable – which Ireland will not acceptDowning Street still believes the Irish border problem can
DUP leader accuses Irish government of hijacking Brexit talks

DUP leader accuses Irish government of hijacking Brexit talks

Arlene Foster says issues of trade being derailed by government trying to use EU negotiations to promote united IrelandThe DUP leader, Arlene Foster, has accused the Irish government of hijacking the
Irish prime minister 'should get a grip' on Brexit, DUP MPs say

Irish prime minister 'should get a grip' on Brexit, DUP MPs say

Leo Varadkar is accused by Democratic Unionists of trying to ‘decouple’ Northern Ireland from rest of UK in Brexit settlementTwo of the 10 Democratic Unionist MPs whose votes keep Theresa May in power
Irish PM says he is 'disappointed' UK backed off a deal it had approved - as it happened

Irish PM says he is 'disappointed' UK backed off a deal it had approved - as it happened

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s meeting with Jean-Claude Juncker intended to conclude phase one of the Brexit talks and MPs debating the EU
The Guardian view on the Brexit talks: no veto for the DUP | Editorial

The Guardian view on the Brexit talks: no veto for the DUP | Editorial

Britain, Ireland and the EU had agreed a form of words. The Democratic Unionist party may be playing to its gallery but it cannot be permitted to override the wishes of the people of these islandsThe
Arlene Foster says draft of UK-EU Brexit deal came as 'big shock' to DUP - Politics live

Arlene Foster says draft of UK-EU Brexit deal came as 'big shock' to DUP - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s attempt to salvage a Brexit deal after it was rejected by the DUPDavid Davis’s Commons Brexit statement -
In rejecting this EU deal, the DUP has sold Northern Ireland down the river | Brian Lucey

In rejecting this EU deal, the DUP has sold Northern Ireland down the river | Brian Lucey

The solution would have boosted the North’s economy by allowing it to remain economically part of the EU. The DUP has sacrificed its voters’ interestsSo to the legions of experts required to make any
Voters in DUP heartland back its stance on Irish border agreement

Voters in DUP heartland back its stance on Irish border agreement

In Northern Irish city of Lisburn, many feel party is standing up for union by rejecting Brexit dealInside the Irish Linen Centre in Lisburn is an exhibition that illuminates why the market town is a
The Guardian view on Britain and the customs union: just do it | Editorial

The Guardian view on Britain and the customs union: just do it | Editorial

A form of words may still get the UK government over next week’s negotiating hurdle in Brussels. But the real answer is a change of policyIn 2016, more than 17 million British people voted to leave
Persisting problems with Brexit and the Irish border | Letters

Persisting problems with Brexit and the Irish border | Letters

Readers reflect on how Brexit negotiations will affect Ireland, Northern Ireland and the rest of the UKIt is understandable that Fintan O’Toole (Britain has just discovered it’s now weaker than
The DUP were painted into a corner by Brexiters’ hyperbole but a solution is possible | Katy Hayward

The DUP were painted into a corner by Brexiters’ hyperbole but a solution is possible | Katy Hayward

Special arrangements for Northern Ireland post-Brexit are needed – and all of Britain would benefit from themThe DUP’s apparent scuppering of the Brexit deal in Brussels this week is not merely a sign
DUP leader finally talks to May but says border issue still needs work

DUP leader finally talks to May but says border issue still needs work

Arlene Foster says she is ready to fly to London to examine finer points of Brexit agreement on Irish borderArlene Foster, the DUP leader, has said there is “still work to be done in London” after her
Irish PM: May to present new text on border deal 'tonight or tomorrow' – as it happened

Irish PM: May to present new text on border deal 'tonight or tomorrow' – as it happened

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs, David Davis being questioned by the Brexit committee and Philip Hammond being
UK has 48 hours to agree potential Brexit deal or talks cannot progress

UK has 48 hours to agree potential Brexit deal or talks cannot progress

Michel Barnier, EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, tells member states British government must agree deal over Irish border by FridayMichel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, has told member states
Grayling: UK does not need identical laws to EU for Irish border trade

Grayling: UK does not need identical laws to EU for Irish border trade

Regulatory equivalence would allow free flow of trade, says senior Tory as deadline looms for first-stage Brexit deal The UK does not have to have identical laws to Brussels in order to align
For the DUP, the border question is raw identity politics | Graham Gudgin

For the DUP, the border question is raw identity politics | Graham Gudgin

The British government must have been aware of the DUP red lines around an Irish border as its raison d’etre is to keep the UK together The whole point of the DUP is to safeguard Northern Ireland’s
Theresa May poised for early morning dash to Brussels over Brexit

Theresa May poised for early morning dash to Brussels over Brexit

Work continuing through the night on a post-Brexit border deal that would satisfy the DUP and the Irish governmentTheresa May is ready make an early morning dash to Brussels as British negotiators
Main points of agreement between UK and EU in Brexit deal

Main points of agreement between UK and EU in Brexit deal

Document sets out ensuring rights of EU citizens in UK and promise of no hard border in Ireland as well as financial issues Continue reading...