Britain is facing into a "bloodbath" over a proposed trade deal with the US, an EU commissioner has warned.
The Taoiseach will travel to the Hague today as part of Ireland's efforts to be prioritised in Brexit negotiations.
Peers would also be forced to back the priorities under the Salisbury Convention.
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Brexit has placed Irish unity back on the political agenda almost a century on from partition, Sinn Fein's Michelle O'Neill has told her party's Easter Rising commemoration.
Theresa May has used her Easter message to suggest people are "coming together and uniting" following divisions over the Brexit referendum.
The amount of UK applications for Irish passports has increased by 70%, recent figures have shown.
A European couple have spoken of their shock after their London-born children were refused permanent residency in the UK.
A new report is warning that Ireland must do much more to prepare for the serious economic threat posed by Brexit.
Brexit could reignite an age-old controversy over ownership of an isolated Atlantic islet off the Donegal coast.
Brexit could be "painful" for both Britain and Ireland, the Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has warned.
Angela Merkel has promised that Germany will fight to safeguard Ireland's interests in Brexit negotiations, writes the Irish Examiner's Elaine Loughlin from Berlin.
Irish shops have already seen a dip in consumer confidence and loss of sales
Ryanair has warned flights between the UK and the European Union may be suspended even if an aviation deal is reached in Brexit negotiations.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has called for direct negotiations between London and Dublin on relations after Brexit.
Nigel Farage was heckled in the European Parliament after accusing MEPs of "behaving like the mafia" over the conditions of Brexit.
Theresa May has insisted she believes it will be possible to agree the shape of Britain's new trade relationship with the European Union within the two-year timeframe for Brexit negotiations.
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Michael Gove, one of the chief architects of Brexit, has said he envisages that EU citizens will be able to "move freely" in and around the UK after the pull-out is completed.
MSPs voted in favour of seeking permission for the referendum to take place.