Boris Johnson has told the Irish premier he is “confident” he could get a new Brexit deal voted through the British Parliament.
Ireland’s deputy premier remains hopeful that a Brexit deal can be fleshed out before the crucial EU summit.
Ireland will not be pressurised into accepting Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal, the country’s deputy premier has said.
Ireland will not support any Brexit deal which would let a Stormont minority veto the wishes of a majority in Northern Ireland, Simon Coveney has said.
The Irish deputy leader has poured cold water on reports that the British Government is getting close to a deal with EU negotiators.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has warned that a no-deal Brexit will lead to significant disruption in farming, agri-food, tourism and fishing sectors.
The British Government has yet to put forward written proposals on the backstop, the Irish Deputy Premier Simon Coveney has said.
Ireland’s deputy premier has said the country would back an extension to Article 50 if the British prime minister can make a persuasive case for how it can be used to get a Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson has warned of “lasting damage” if Brexit is delayed as former prime minister Sir John Major said he would fight the current premier in court.
Boris Johnson has warned of “lasting damage” if Brexit is delayed, as former prime minister Sir John Major said he would fight the current PM in court.
Former prime minister Sir John Major intends to fight Boris Johnson in the courts over his plan to suspend Parliament.
Opponents of Boris Johnson’s Brexit strategy appear increasingly confident of finding a way to block a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union on October 31.
Angela Merkel has told Boris Johnson the European Union would be prepared for a no-deal Brexit, as she welcomed the Prime Minister to Berlin.
Boris Johnson is heading to Berlin and Paris to “see if there’s movement” on the European side in an effort to break the Brexit deadlock, no-deal planning chief Michael Gove has said.
The European Union has restated its “single united position” over Brexit as Boris Johnson prepares for talks with the leaders of its most influential nations.
Ireland’s deputy premier has said that a no-deal Brexit is much more likely now than it has ever been.
The new Northern Ireland Secretary has hit back at comments by Ireland’s deputy premier after he accused Boris Johnson of setting the UK on a collision course with the European Union.
Boris Johnson has “absolutely” ruled out calling a general election before the UK leaves the European Union on October 31.
European opposition is mounting to Boris Johnson’s plan to negotiate a new Brexit deal before the October 31 deadline.
Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister has warned that a no-deal Brexit will “devastate” the Northern Irish economy.
Ireland’s insistence that the Brexit treaty includes a backstop to preserve the island’s open border enjoys the full support of Germany, the country’s foreign minister has insisted.