The Government has been accused of burying its head in the sand while the Irish media industry dies.
Ireland’s deputy premier has said Irish police will co-operate fully with the investigation after 39 people were found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex.
Ireland’s deputy premier has predicted that Irish companies may move north of the border such is the “extraordinary” competitive advantage the Brexit deal offers the region.
Ireland’s deputy premier has described the last-minute Brexit deal as a “big step forward”.
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.