Ireland

With the clock ticking not only on Article 50, but also a UK general election, is Ireland the part of Europe with most to fear from Brexit’s fallout?

The Prime Minister believes she holds all the cards as the country embarks on a General Election. But Labour could still spring a surprise at the ballot box

There have been various proposals for “neutral” international languages to help countries to get along, but politics always get in the way

After a damaging Brexit, would the EU have us back? We take the temperature in the continent’s capitals, to gauge how different countries might respond to a British U-turn on Brexit

Brexit has raised some existential questions about national identity, with many Britons feeling their faith in Britishness eroding

Oh I do like a Brexit by the seaside ... Quintessentially British seaside town Skegness voted in droves to quit the EU. We went for a stroll along the pier and found ourself wondering whether the locals might be in for a shock

‘Deep in the psyche of Irish Republicanism is the Holy Grail of an all island republic, and of the right of republicans to take up arms to achieve it’

IRA man turned peacemaker Martin McGuinness remains a divisive character but we must allow ourselves to change and accept change in others

Britain is starting to make clear what it wants from Brexit. But just as important is an understanding of what the rest of the EU is seeking. And the two sides are not even on the same wavelength.

Britain’s chief negotiator during the peace process, which successfully settled the question of a united Ireland, explains how Brexit has reignited the issue

“We already miss you,” said European Council president Donald Tusk. “Thank you and goodbye.”

It is not just construction, technology and retail that relies heavily on overseas workers. Brexit could impact industries across the economy.

In what could be a perfect metaphor for the chaos unleashed by Brexit, the future of the British Isles’ minority languages has been thrown into doubt by the decision to leave the EU.

The attack on Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament fits a pattern emerging across Europe: terrorism has gone low-tech, freelance and ever-harder to tackle

A family story of the close family bonds between Ireland and the UK, and what Brexit might mean for Ireland.

EXCLUSIVE: A libel victory over Katie Hopkins, a suicide attempt and the hope that we might all finally learn to be a little kinder to one another online

People can, and regularly do, change their minds. The public should be given that option once the Brexit deal is done.

The Brextremists’ only response to Tony Blair’s speech was abuse. We should take heart from their refusal to engage on the substance – and force them to answer these 48 questions

If you want to know what’s going wrong in the NHS don’t listen to MPs, just follow the money

They grew up in the same area and went to the same school, but their views could not be more different. Here, frontman of The Farm Peter Hooton tries to teach new UKIP leader Paul Nuttall a few lessons from their roots

What will happen after the EU referendum? Key Brussels negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt is determined not to “go soft” on Britain when Brexit talks begin

Brexit is the result of an English delusion, a crisis of identity resulting from a failure to come to terms with the loss of empire and the end of its own exceptionalism, argues Cambridge University professor Nicholas Boyle

Why did the EU referendum happen and how could it be overturned? Brexit is not a done deal and this is how we can fight it

The Brexiteers’ claim that we would be £350m a week better off outside the EU has been widely ridiculed - but it worked and they are at it again

For 70 years, the European Union, and its previous incarnations, has been an undeniable force for peace

The threat of a hard border in Ireland is not a side issue in the Brexit debate, but a looming catastrophe for us all

The dearth of tech talent: just one more reason why freedom of movement has never been more important

Brexit power 100: influential figures from the worlds of politics, the media, entertainment, finance and football, and from all sides of the debate

With Brexit, and the election of president Trump, UK-US relations are set to enter a new era - for Britain it will be one of impotence and desperation

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