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# Leo Varadkar
Tánaiste warns other countries about doing deals with UK until 'they can keep their promises'
The Tanaiste said comments from Dominic Cummings indicate Boris Johnson’s administration ‘acted in bad faith’.
# brexit deal
'It's the closure of coastal communities': One in four fishermen will lose their job under this Brexit deal, TDs told
Dublin Bay prawns – our second most valuable fishery – is set to hemorrhage €7 million post-Brexit.
# Brexit
Simon Coveney: 'Ireland has defended itself against the vulnerabilities Brexit forced upon us'
The EU and the UK published full 1,246-page text of the treaty yesterday.
# christmas briefing
Michel Barnier briefs EU members on contents of historic Brexit deal
Late haggling over the deal meant it was not concluded until Christmas Eve, days before current trading arrangements expire at the end of December.
# The Art of the Deal
'A good compromise': Irish political leaders welcome Brexit trade deal breakthrough
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald warns ‘this is not the end of the road’.
# Brexit
No Brexit trade deal if Boris Johnson doesn't stick to promises, Michel Barnier warns
Barnier told The Sunday Times there would not be an “agreement at any cost”.
# it's happening
Royal assent given to Brexit deal as Johnson hails 'crossing the finish line' despite ongoing negotiations
The British Prime Minister called for the “rancour and division” to be left behind.
# brexit deal
'This deal ... you can't do it': Downing Street defends Brexit deal after Trump trade warning
Trump also launched an attack on opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn last night.
# Brexit
House of Commons speaker under pressure to allow 'meaningful vote' on Brexit deal today
John Bercow could block the attempt to allow MPs to debate on Monday because of parliamentary rules.
# Letwin amendment
Extension amendment threatens to scupper Johnson's hopes of 31 October exit
The Letwin amendment could prove a major barrier to Boris Johnson’s plan to leave the EU on 31 October.
# borderline brexit
'Too soon to celebrate': On the border, people give Brexit deal cautious welcome
Residents living in frontier towns along the Irish border say they are hoping for “clarity” going forward.
# claire byrne live
7 in 10 people in Ireland don't think a Brexit deal will be reached by the end of the week
That’s according to an opinion poll carried out by Amarách Research for RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live/TheJournal.ie.
# brexit deal
Arlene Foster warns Johnson of DUP 'influence' amid speculation of Brexit compromise
There have been renewed hopes that a deal can be reached after Leo Varadkar met Boris Johnson yesterday.
# brexit deal
DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson says 'we are facing no deal' if EU doesn't compromise on backstop
Speaking yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the UK will “do a new deal, a better deal”.
# brexit deal
Varadkar says Boris Johnson's talk of new Brexit deal is 'not in the real world'
Speaking today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the Uk will “do a new deal, a better deal”.
# Opposition
Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a no-confidence motion in PM Theresa May
The move comes after the British Prime Minister told MPs they will only get a delayed vote on her Brexit deal in the new year.
# Crunch time
Theresa May warns that parliament rejection of Brexit deal could leave Britain in EU
This Tuesday, 11 December, MPs will vote on whether they approve May’s Brexit deal.
# Crunch time
Majority of people think Sinn Féin should take its Westminster seats for crucial Brexit vote
The crucial Brexit vote is on Tuesday.
After some confusion, Theresa May WILL give a statement on Brexit tonight
Irish ministers met this morning while British cabinet is due to meet at 2pm.
# Tick tock
Tánaiste says people shouldn't get carried away on the back of rumour about a Brexit deal in the coming days
Simon Coveney urged caution against commentary particularly in the British media today.
# Deal or no deal
Coveney says Brexit withdrawal deal is '85% agreed'
Simon Coveney says the October deadline can be pushed out, but not by much.
# Brexit
Prominent figures from Northern Ireland write open letter to the Taoiseach
“The fact that the majority of voters in the north of Ireland voted to remain will not be ignored,” the open letter says.
# Countdown
'If UK Brexit offer is unacceptable to Ireland it will be unacceptable to Europe' - Donald Tusk
Ireland will be consulted on any offer put forward by the UK.