Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said he doesn't believe a 'no deal' Brexit is likely to happen, says he would be prepared to extend Article 50 if Britain asks for more time for negotiations
Ryanair has warned over potential job cuts for 100 pilots and more than 200 cabin crew under plans to slash its Dublin-based fleet of aircraft from 30 to around 24 for the winter
Taoiseach to discuss Brexit with European leaders
Ryanair says summer fares weaker than expected, warns of more strikes
Ireland could not stop UK flights from crossing its land: PM May's spokeswoman
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says "our job" is not to deal with Brexit in "theory" but to make a success of it in "practice" and that there can never be a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
British PM May from Belfast says my duty is to serve the whole of the UK
Irish Foreign Minister says UK Brexit proposal "deserves in-depth consideration"
Ryanair cancels 600 flights next week, 100,000 passengers affected due to strike
Irish Taoiseach: Not evident the Britain government has a majority for any form of Brexit
Irish Cabinet is due to discuss stepping up preparations for a hard Brexit when it meets in Derrynane House, Co Kerry.
Ryanair confirms 24 flights between Ireland and UK will be cancelled on Friday due to strike action by pilots
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says the amendments passed in Westminster make it much more difficult for successful Brexit negotiations with EU to be achieved particularly in relation to tax and the backstop
A spokesperson for Irish Foreign Affairs also said 'It been the UK Govt's position that customs checks between NI and GB are unacceptable and therefore it is not surprising that this amendment was accepted. The UK has also repeatedly committed to avoiding a hard border.'
A spokesperson for the dept of Irish Foreign affairs has said 'It is fully accepted and understood that there can be no Withdrawal Agreement without a legally operable backstop ensuring that there will be no hard border'
Irish Minister for Finance has said that the Govt is stepping up its Brexit preparations to cope with all eventualities, including the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal
Defence Minister Liberman: Israel should close is Irish embassy
Ireland Passes Bill Boycotting Israeli Settlement Products
Israel summons Irish ambassador over settlement criminalization bill vote
Ryanair pilot strike to proceed tomorrow after mgt and unions fail to reach agreement
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has claimed that the European Union will be flexible in Brexit negotiations if the UK can relax from some of its red line issues in the wake of last Friday's Chequers statement
Ryanair says it is cancelling 30 of its 290 flights to Ireland on Thursday as a result of a planned pilots' strike
Michael D Higgins has confirmed that he will seek a second term as president
Two police officers injured during disturbances in Derry last night
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has said he understands the importance of maintaining unity among the 27 EU member states during the Brexit negotiations. He was speaking on a visit to the border this morning.
Irish Deputy PM welcomes UK statement as "the base of a real negotiation"
Barnier: The single market is at heart of European project and the foundation of European unityEU needs to find a Brexit solution that respects the principles of the single market
Barnier: Because of NI specific situation, EU has made exception to its rulesthis solution is tailor-made to address specific challenges in Ireland
Ryanair cabin crew in Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium to stage 24-hour strike on 25 July and 24-hour strike in Portugal, Spain and Belgium on 26 July
Man treated at St James's Hospital after being stabbed a number of times