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Brexit’s primitive passions could bring havoc to Ireland – and far beyond

Theresa May and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at a press conference in 2017. Image: PAHistory, Karl Marx famously quipped, repeats itself: first as tragedy, then as farce. That’s certainly true of Theresa May’s approach...

Brexit talks: What does the DUP want?

On Wednesday, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) held up its end of the confidence-and-supply pact it shares with the Conservatives and helped the government rebuff a no-confidence vote.But just a day before, its...

Ireland needs to challenge Brexiteer ‘spin’ on backstop – Coveney

Simon Coveney has denied meddling in UK politics, insisting he has an obligation to challenge those “misrepresenting” what the Brexit deal contains.He said he does not have an anti-British bone in his body and...
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