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Brexit: Ireland will hold the UK to border agreement
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Ireland has lashed out at the British government after Brexit secretary David Davis said the divorce agreement was a "statement of intent".

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08 Dec
Brexit: EU can move talks onto second phase as Ireland border deal agreed
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Britain has made "sufficient progress" in Brexit talks in order to move on to the second phase of negotiations, the European Commission said on Friday morning as Theresa May arrived in Brussels after thrashing a border agreement with the Irish government and Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party.

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07 Dec
EU sets Sunday deadline for UK to reach Irish border agreement
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The European Union has set a deadline of Sunday for Theresa May to present an acceptable solution to the Irish border issue to progress to the second phase of Brexit talks.

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07 Dec
Brexit: Ireland considers changes as May attempts to salvage border deal
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Irish taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he is willing to consider changes to the post-Brexit border deal which was vetoed by the Northern Ireland's DUP on Monday.

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05 Dec
Labour party lashes out at Brexit talks fiasco
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The Labour party labeled the result of the ongoing Brexit talks "embarrassing", demanding single market membership be "put back on the table".

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05 Dec
Theresa May under pressure as Irish border plan falls through
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Theresa May is under pressure from all sides to get the Brexit talks back on track after Northern Ireland's DUP refused to accept the deal on the Irish border.

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04 Dec
Sadiq Khan requests special Brexit deal for London
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Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan is requesting a special Brexit deal to allow London to stay within the European Union’s single market and customs union.

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04 Dec
Brexit: Theresa May ready to make agreement on Irish border
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has to European Union negotiating teams that no part of Ireland will be taken out of the single market and customs union after Brexit, Irish media reported on Monday.

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01 Dec
DUP threatens to withdraw government support if May backs down on Irish border
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The Democratic Unionist Party has threatened to remove its support for Theresa May’s government if she makes concessions to the EU on the Irish border as part of Brexit discussions.

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30 Nov
UK net migration has biggest fall on record after Brexit vote
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Net migration to the UK fell by the largest amount since records began in the year following the Brexit vote, official figures show.

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29 Nov
Sterling boosted by potential €50bn Brexit bill
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News that the UK has agreed to cough up a potential €50bn as part of a Brexit settlement to the EU saw the pound boosted on Wednesday, after reversing early losses the day before.

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29 Nov
BoE's Cunliffe says Brexit poses huge uncertainty
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The deputy governor of the Bank of England said there was huge uncertainty over the economic effects of Brexit as he underlined the BoE's view that Britain’s banks would be able to withstand a disorderly departure from the EU.

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28 Nov
UK and EU reach agreement on EU divorce bill, report says
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Westminster has reached an agreement with Brussels, in principle, on its so-called Brexit 'divorce bill', according to the Daily Telegraph.

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28 Nov
Ireland's deputy PM Frances Fitzgerald resigns
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Ireland narrowly avoided an election that held the potential to throw a spanner in the works of crucial Brexit negotiations after the country's Deputy Prime Minister Frances Fitzgerald chose to step down from her role, putting an end to a political impasse that began a week earlier.

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28 Nov
Corbyn 'bigger threat' to business than Brexit, claims Morgan Stanley
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Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister in a general election would cause more damage to UK business than Brexit, a report from US investment bank Morgan Stanley has said.

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27 Nov
EU backs Irish calls for more Brexit border progress, foreign minister says
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Ireland’s foreign minister Simon Coveney has said the UK government will have to make further concessions on the Irish border issue before it could progress to the next stage of talks with the EU over Brexit.

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24 Nov
PM May to offer 'clarity' on Brexit divorce bill in push for trade talks
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In a bid to move Brexit negotiations onto trade and a transition deal, Theresa May will tell European Council President Donald Tusk on Friday that the UK is prepared to surrender to some of Brussels' demands regarding the Brexit divorce bill.

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24 Nov
UK airlines facing harsh post-Brexit rules - report

British airlines could face vastly restricted access to European Union airports after Brexit, according to leaked negotiation papers.

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21 Nov
Budget preview: Hammond's faces unhappy balancing act
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Philip Hammond faces a near-impossible task as he seeks to balance competing demands when delivering his budget.

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21 Nov
Ministers agree to double Brexit divorce offer to €40bn
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Senior ministers have backed Theresa May's plan to double Britain's offer of payment to leave the EU to €40bn, reports said.

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