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UK’s Johnson warns EU of ‘steps’ over N.Irish Brexit trade

Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Wednesday he will take "necessary steps" to unilaterally alter Britain's post-Brexit trade terms unless the...

‘Over and out’ : Foster quits as N.Ireland leader

Arlene Foster formally stepped down as Northern Ireland's first minister on Monday, bringing further instability to the British-ruled province...

UK urges EU ‘flexibility’ for post-Brexit NIreland trade

Britain and the European Union hold key talks on Wednesday about implementing the Brexit deal, with London urging "flexibility" from Brussels...

UK carbon market targets emissions post-Brexit

Britain recently launched its own carbon trading market, more than five months after Brexit, as the government targets lower emissions before...

The Franco-British fish feud : How it started

A Franco-British feud over access to prime fishing waters escalated on Thursday as the two countries deployed patrol and navy ships near the...

Britain, France send ships to Jersey as fishing spat deepens

Britain and France sent navy and coastal patrol ships to waters near the Channel island of Jersey on Thursday as tensions spiralled between the...

UK govt condemns French threats over post-Brexit fishing

Britain on Wednesday called French threats to cut off electricity to the Channel Island of Jersey "unacceptable" in an escalating row over post-Brexit...

Boris Johnson : from Brexit hero to ‘vacuum of integrity’

Boris Johnson has faced unprecedented pressure from Brexit and the coronavirus outbreak since he became British prime minister in 2019. But he...

European Parliament closes Brexit saga with trade deal vote

The European Parliament on Wednesday overwhelmingly ratified the EU's post-Brexit trade deal with Britain, but promised to keep a close eye on...

European Parliament turns page on latest Brexit chapter

The European Parliament votes Tuesday to ratify the EU's post-Brexit trade deal with Britain, but not without issuing bitter final warnings that...

French fishermen prepare to block UK trucks in Brexit protest

More than a hundred French fishermen were readying Thursday night to block trucks carrying fish from the UK, in a protest against a Brexit fishing...

Dissident republicans suspected for NIreland police attack

A dissident republican group is strongly suspected of being behind an attempted bomb attack against a part-time police officer in Northern Ireland,...

Irish PM warns of ‘spiral back’ as N.Ireland wracked by week of riots

Irish prime minister Micheal Martin warned against a "spiral back" into sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland on Saturday, as a week-long streak...

Rioters in Northern Ireland ignore latest pleas for calm

Britain on Friday renewed appeals for calm after police in Northern Ireland faced another barrage of petrol bombs and rocks overnight in an ongoing...

Belfast in turmoil as Brexit stokes tensions in Northern Ireland

Rioters waged a running battle with police in Belfast on Thursday night -- tossing petrol bombs, setting fires and dodging jets from water cannon...

EU warns UK over delayed N.Ireland food checks

A new cross-Channel row erupted Wednesday as Britain threatened to break the terms of the Brexit withdrawal treaty by unilaterally delaying checks...

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