5 February 2023
Maroš Šefčovič:EU-UK relationship must be based on the full respect of our legally binding commitments. My statement to the UK government's decision to table legislation disapplying core elements of the Protocol on IE/NI
The EU could take legal action against the UK as soon as Wednesday in response to the bill to overturn the Northern Ireland Protocol, RTE News understands
Maroš Šefčovič: Spoke to @trussliz earlier where she informed me of flag-gbflag-gblegislation to unilaterally disapply the Protocol. The EU has always paid utmost attention to the impact Brexit has on NI, offering workable solutions. Unilateral action is damaging to mutual trust & a formula for uncertainty
12-minute phone call between @simoncoveney and @trussliz at request of Truss just ended. Coveney said "publishing legislation that would breach the UK's commitments under international law, the Brexit WA and Northern Ireland Protocol is deeply damaging to relationships
Police investigating a security alert that led to Dublin's foreign minister Simon Coveney being evacuated from a peace event have been granted further time to question two men
8 month ago
Police have arrested a 48-year-old man under the Terrorism Act in connection to video footage showing a masked gunman firing shots into the air in a cemetery in Strabane
A man in his 20s will face charges in court next month after a brawl broke out in Dublin Airport last evening. Gardaí & the DAA Airport Police responded to the public order incident which left another man hospitalised with his injuries
9 month ago
Police in Londonderry describe as "premeditated" a petrol bomb attack on police officers following an Easter parade linked to dissident republicans
A 41-year-old man arrested under the Terrorism Act in north Belfast yesterday, 13 April, has been released following questioning. The man was arrested by detectives investigating a hijacking and security alert in north Belfast on 25 March. Our investigation continues
Gardaí are understood to be investigating whether a murder in north Dublin yesterday is linked to two other shootings in the area over the weekend
Aircraft leasing giant Avolon casts doubt on renting to Russian airlines again after Putin seizes planes
Ireland is expelling 4 Russian diplomats, according to @simoncoveney
A man has been arrested in connection with a fire at a homeless shelter in Dublin. Six people were injured, one seriously in the blaze at the building on Little Britain Street on Saturday evening. Alternative arrangements are being put in place for users of the shelter
Ireland: A woman has been arrested and a suspected firearm seized by police investigating a security alert which led to the evacuation of the Irish Foreign Secretary from an event in North Belfast
10 month ago
Police are in attendance at a security alert in Fahan Street #Derry this morning. Homes have been evacuated nearby and Fahan Street is closed. Pilots Row Centre have welcomed a place to stay for evacuated people
A large truck has crashed through the gates of the Russian embassy in south Dublin. One man has been arrested
This is a terrifying and harrowing report from @SkyNews Stuart Ramsey whose crew were pinned down by gunfire, shot and wounded as they reported from Ukraine
Dublin Fire Brigade:Firefighters from Tallaght fire station along with @TallaghtAmbo were called to a road traffic collision this evening. An emergency tender which carries specialised equipment for collisions also attended the scene Dublin fire
Dublin Fire Brigade:Firefighters extinguishing a make shift skip fire in West Dublin fire
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party cranks up the prospects of a prolonged political crisis following the resignation of the First Minister, warning it won't return to the power-sharing Executive unless issues related to Brexit are resolved
DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson has warned that his party will not support the restoration of the power-sharing Executive at Stormont after elections in May, if the dispute over the Northern Ireland Protocol is not resolved to its satisfaction1 year ago
DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson has warned that his party will not support the restoration of the power-sharing Executive at Stormont after elections in May, if the dispute over the Northern Ireland Protocol is not resolved to its satisfaction
US navy P8 Poseidon AE6854 heading towards the Celtic Sea1 year ago
US navy P8 Poseidon AE6854 heading towards the Celtic Sea
1 year ago
A detachment of warships of the Northern Fleet conducted an exercise to repel air attack in the northeastern part of the Atlantic Ocean - Russian Northern Fleet
6 Russian warships sighted around Irish EEZ despite Russia saying only 2 vessels would be engaged in the upcoming missile test exercises1 year ago
6 Russian warships sighted around Irish EEZ despite Russia saying only 2 vessels would be engaged in the upcoming missile test exercises
US Navy P8 Poseidon AE684A heading towards the Celtic Sea1 year ago
US Navy P8 Poseidon AE684A heading towards the Celtic Sea
1 year ago
No10 says the Government was not aware that the DUP was about to order the suspension of GB-NI checks. But the PM's spokesman says checks were still happening this morning
EU Commisison says preliminary info from its experts in NI indicates checks as are continuing. "The Protocol that we have signed was signed with HM's government. It's for the UK government to ensure the fulfilment of the agreement
DUP minister Edwin Poots has ordered his officials to halt Irish Sea border checks from midnight.
1 year ago
Russia has written a stern letter to the Irish government demanding a "prompt response" to a series of claims that Dublin may have changed its position on post-Cold War European security arrangements
1 year ago
Currently, the activity of Russian strategic aviation is observed. At least 3 bombers in the air with the support of 3 tankers + A-50 AWACS
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