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Theresa May expected to tour UK in effort to forge Brexit consensus - The Guardian

The Guardian

Theresa May expected to tour UK in effort to forge Brexit consensus
The Guardian
Theresa May is planning a tour of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland in an attempt to build consensus before she triggers article 50 and embarks on the formal Brexit process, the Guardian understands
It has been suggested that the prime minister and ...


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Brexit weekly briefing: UK rift widens as May names article 50 day - The Guardian

The Guardian

Brexit weekly briefing: UK rift widens as May names article 50 day
The Guardian
The government's unwavering insistence that Brexit must mean leaving the single market and customs union has unleashed a furious Scottish rebellion, as well as rumblings in Northern Ireland and Wales
May's flat refusal to countenance a second Scottish ...


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The Brexit minister David Davis thinks the Republic of Ireland is part of the UK - New Statesman

New Statesman

The Brexit minister David Davis thinks the Republic of Ireland is part of the UK
New Statesman
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told viewers that "one of our really challenging issues


will be the internal border we have with southern Ireland"
A good point
Indeed; negotiating the border of Northern Ireland will be a challenge, especially given the progress that has ...


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How to be fair to the pro-EU Scotland - The Economist (blog)

The Economist (blog)

How to be fair to the pro-EU Scotland
The Economist (blog)
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Scottish independence and b) a vote that ensured that Scotland could be part of EU in the event? How about the following: (For the sake of convenience in this analysis, ignore Northern Ireland
Assume Scotland definitely wants to be independent of ...





Irish leaders fear Brexit will bring economic disaster - The Guardian

The Guardian

Irish leaders fear Brexit will bring economic disaster
The Guardian
Amid warnings of ?incalculable consequences? for the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland as the Brexit process unfolds, Ireland's prime minister Enda Kenny will convene an unprecedented cross-border summit of political leaders to consider what steps to ...
British unity shaken by talk of 'hard Brexit'EUobserver

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Major and Blair say an EU exit could split the UK - BBC News

The Guardian

Major and Blair say an EU exit could split the UK
BBC News
Sir John Major and Tony Blair warned a vote to leave the EU will "jeopardise the unity" of the UK as they campaigned together in Northern Ireland
They suggested a Leave vote may re-open Scotland's independence issue and put Northern Ireland's "future ...

Tony Blair and John Major: Brexit would close Irish borderThe Guardian

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Post-Brexit free trade with EU will be possible, claims Liam Fox - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph

Post-Brexit free trade with EU will be possible, claims Liam Fox
Belfast Telegraph
Liam Fox and fellow senior Tories have insisted Britain can maintain free trade with the European Union and control over immigration after Brexit despite fresh warnings that it would be "impossible"
The International Trade Secretary said trade with ...


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Today in the UK, a woman was sentenced for the crime of an abortion - yet we act outraged at Donald Trump - The Independent

The Independent

Today in the UK, a woman was sentenced for the crime of an abortion - yet we act outraged at Donald Trump
The Independent
It's a horrifying idea ? one which should have been long relegated to the annals of history, but which is sadly still the reality for a woman living in Northern Ireland in 2016
The 21-year-old woman was found guilty at Belfast High Court today and ...


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Adrift - The Economist

The Economist

Adrift
The Economist
In Northern Ireland Brexit raises other problems
One is the prospect of resurrecting the border between north and south, a dismal piece of symbolism which might be avoided if Britain got a Norwegian settlement
Another shamefully overlooked snag is ...


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Voting nears end in UK referendum on EU - BBC News

BBC News

Voting nears end in UK referendum on EU
BBC News
Sunshine and heavy showers are forecast for Northern Ireland and Scotland but it is set to be drier and brighter elsewhere
After the referendum polls close, sealed ballot boxes will be collected and transported to the count venue for each of the 382 ...


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