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uk food, fuel, medicine short under 'no deal' brexit

LONDON - British civil servants have warned of shortages of food, fuel and medicines within weeks if the U.K. leaves the European Union without a trade deal, a newspaper reported Sunday.The

irish sun - uk food fuel medicine short under no deal brexit

LONDON - British civil servants have warned of shortages of food, fuel and medicines within weeks if the U.K. leaves the European Union without a trade deal, a newspaper reported Sunday.The Sunday Times said government officials have modeled three potential scenarios for a 'no deal' Brexit: mild, severe and 'Armageddon.'It said under the 'severe' scenario, the English Channel ferry port of Dover would 'collapse on day one' and supermarkets and hospitals would soon run short of supplies.Britain wants to strike a deal on future trade relations with the EU before it officially leaves the bloc on March 29, 2019, but officials are also drawing up plans for negotiations ending without an agreement.The U.K.'s Department for Exiting the European Union rejected the downbeat scenario, saying it was

presstv-allow aid into yemen: trump asks saudis

US President Donald Trump has called on Saudi Arabia to “allow food, fuel, water, and medicine” into neighboring Yemen, where the impoverished nation is experiencing a human disaster  in the wake of the monarchy’s aggression.“I have directed officials in my Administration to call the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to request that they completely allow food, fuel, water, and medicine to reach the Yemeni people who desperately need it,” read a statement by the president on Wednesday, according to Axios.- More to appear shortly

irish sun - ibec warns irish firms as lack of brexit readiness grows

Nearly 80 percent companies in Ireland are not ready to deal with Brexit There is little negative impact to date from the Brexit confusionCross-border business development agency warns companies need to be more preparedDUBLIN, Ireland - According to cross-border business development agency InterTrade Ireland, companies in the country need to be more prepared to deal with Brexit.According to InterTrade Ireland, the results of its latest quarterly business monitor suggest little negative impact to date from the Brexit confusion, yet firms don’t fare well on Brexit readiness. According to the report, the lingering uncertainty surrounding Brexit is hampering the future planning processes of nearly 80 percent of companies on the island of Ireland.The agency’s strategy and policy director Aidan

irish passport office record 42 percent rise in british applications since brexi

DUBLIN, Ireland - With the demand for Irish passports surging dramatically throughout 2016, especially after the Brexit vote - the office hired additional staff to deal with the rise. T

irish sun - ireland refuses to let go off post-brexit border deal

Irish government was responding to statement on the deal by the U.K. government British government suggested that the deal reached was just a ‘statement of intent’Ireland has now said that it will hold the U.K. to the binding deal on post-Brexit borderDUBLIN, Ireland - Criticizing the British government statement on the post-Brexit border, Ireland has clarified that it would hold the U.K. to a binding deal on the issue.Ireland was responding to a statement by the British government in which it suggested that a deal reached on the post-Brexit border was a “statement of intent” rather than “a legally enforceable thing.”On Sunday, the Irish government issued a statement saying Ireland and the EU will hold the British Government to the agreement made last week.The Government statement pointed

irish sun - varadkar warns both sides not to sleepwalk on brexit

Varadkar has warned the EU and U.K. not to ‘sleepwalk towards a cliff edge’ on Brexit Taoiseach said Irish government requires a lot more details from the BritishHe said there needs to be detail and language isn’t enoughDUBLIN, Ireland - Seeking more clarity from Britain on Brexit, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar warned the EU and U.K. on Thursday, not to "sleepwalk towards a cliff edge" on Brexit.Varadkar said in a statement, “We’re quite far back from the 'cliff-edge' but it’s incumbent on all European prime ministers that we don’t sleep-walk towards it.”He added that the Irish government requires “a lot more detail” from the British on how to deal with the issue of the Irish land border between the north and south.The Taoiseach also noted, “It’s not enough to say you don’t want a hard border,” t

brexit: may has 48 hours to solve a century-old irish border dispute

When Theresa May told Parliament this week that there were just “a couple of issues” to resolve before Brexit talks could move on to UK-EU trade, the PM neglected to mention that one of them was a century-old ongoing feud dating back to the Anglo-Irish war.“The arbitrary line of partition London imposed on the Free State in 1920 helped to spark the Troubles, and is still a lingering grievance,” writes author and historian Caoimhin de Barra in The Guardian.See related Brexit: Theresa May’s Irish border nightmareThe EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has warned May that unless she brokers a deal on the Irish border by Friday, UK-EU trade talks will be suspended. May was hoping for flexibility from Ireland’s leaders; instead, politicians on both sides of border dug in.“The Irish ar

no deal than bad deal in brexit talks

Camilia ShambayatiPress TV, LondonThe UK Prime Minister says no deal is better than a bad deal in Brexit talks. Theresa May has also told EU leaders that both sides must be willing to compromise as she called for more flexibility on a trade deal after Brexit. 

brexit: trade relations between the uk and the eu

Brexit has entered a critical part in its process. After several rounds of negotiations, a first deal was reached on Friday, on the terms of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union. This deal covers the divorce bill and questions regarding the Irish border and citizens' rights. On 14 and 15 December, EU leaders meet in Brussels to deliver their verdict on whether sufficient progress has been achieved.

presstv-eu says brexit transition should end by 2020

The European Union has announced that the Brexit transition period after the UK leaves the EU, during which Britain must continue to obey EU rules, must finish at the end of 2020.EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Wednesday the EU's rules will still apply to Britain during the transition and London would have to live by all the key EU principles."There will be no transition a la carte. All the rules and policies of the EU must continue to be applied," Barnier told reporters in Brussels.  The chief Brexit negotiator added that the “logical end” of the transition gives Britain enough time to adapt to its situation outside the bloc.May also reaffirmed that the UK still plans to leave the EU on the 29th of March 2019. "The bill that is going through though does not determine t

ireland signs ‘enhanced’ trade deal for beef with saudi arabia

Irish Sun Tuesday 28th February, 2017• Deal comes as positive news for Irish companies planning to export beef to Saudi Arabia• Creed held discussions with executive president of the Saudi Food and Drug Authority• In 2016, Saudi Arabia was the third-largest non-EU destination for Irish agri-food exportsDUBLIN, Ireland - Irish Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed has announced that an "enhanced" trade deal for Irish beef was secured with Saudi Arabia.“This agreement will make a difference to Irish companies wishing to export beef to Saudi Arabia, by adding processed, cooked, minced and bone-in beef to the products that can be exported to Saudi Arabia,” the minister said after discussions with the Executive President of the Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA), Professor Hisham Saad Aljadh

northern irish unionists sour brexit 'divorce deal'

​Northern Irish unionists have reportedly scuppered a Brexit 'divorce deal' that was about to be agreed between Britain and the EU, because they believed it threatened the economic and political integrity of the UK.The deal is tantalisingly close – but reports of last-minute concessions by prime minister Theresa May infuriated the DUP who are propping up her minority government in Westminster.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar Photo: APIrish prime minister Leo Varadkar said he had been told the deal would be done on Monday, but the UK appeared to have changed its mind after DUP leader Arlene Foster told May she would not support such a deal.The draft deal was said to promise there would be no difference in regulations between Northern Ireland and the Republic after Brexit, in order to av

irish sun - brexit sparks debate after the irish urged reunification with republ

PanARMENIAN.Net - Britain's vote to leave the EU has sparked a debate after Irish nationalists called for a referendum on reunification less than two decades after Northern Ireland's historic peace deal, AFP reports.After last June's Brexit referendum outcome, Irish nationalists instantly began clamouring for a so-called border poll to allow people in Northern Ireland to vote on Irish reunification.When Britain leaves the European Union its only land border with the bloc will be between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, which people can currently cross freely.The impact of such a change has prompted Brussels to make Ireland once of its top priorities for Brexit negotiations, less than 20 years since a hard-won peace accord ended decades of violence in Northern Ireland.EU leader

presstv-uk-eu talks fail, ireland ‘surprised and disappointed’

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says he was "surprised and disappointed" that the UK government could not reach a deal with the EU after Brexit talks on the Irish border fell short of an agreement in the EU de-facto capital Brussels.British Prime Minister Theresa May went to Brussels on Monday for key Brexit talks with Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European commission. It was widely anticipated that the meeting would conclude a first phase of Brexit negotiations. Many assumed that both sides would finally agree on the crucial issues of citizens’ rights, the financial settlement and most importantly the nature of the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland's border."The Irish negotiating team received confirmation from the British government and the [Michel

irish sun - irish premier calls for unique solutions to uk-eu relations

PanARMENIAN.Net - Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar on Friday, August 4 called for "unique solutions" to relations between Britain and the European Union after Brexit, including a possible bilateral customs union between Britain and the EU and an alternative to the European Court of Justice to oversee any deal, Reuters reports.Ireland, which after Brexit will have the EU's only land border with the United Kingdom, is widely seen as the EU country most exposed to the fall-out from Brexit.Speaking during his first visit to Northern Ireland since his appointment as prime minister in June, Varadkar said Britain and the EU would need "unique solutions" if we are to avoid a damaging breakdown in trade."Perhaps there can be an EU-UK customs union. After all, we have one with Turkey. Surely we can

the elites are in revolt against the people

Some in the British political class have no shame. Having historically thwarted democracy in Ireland — because they didn’t like what those allegedly thick, drunk imbeciles were demanding: national independence — now they’re using Ireland to try to thwart democracy in Britain. To weaken the largest democratic vote in the history of this nation: the vote for Brexit. Because now they don’t like what their own low-information, cognitively dissonant people (the language has become more PC over the decades) are demanding: a break from the EU and a new politics. This use of the Irish question as an instrument of pressure against the demands of the British demos might be the most cynical, dangerous act of elite anti-democracy of the past 18 months.The EU oligarchy, desperate to soften the mass dem

irish sun - new poll reveals what ireland truly thinks of brexit

Poll was commissioned for David McWilliams' Brexit, Trump and Us show It showed 82 percent respondents wanted Irish politicians to be tougher in Brexit dealingsBrexit negotiations are set to start later this yearDUBLIN, Ireland - As part of an RTÉ One documentary, a poll commissioned for David McWilliams' Brexit, Trump and Us has revealed what Ireland really feels about the upcoming Brexit negotiations.The survey was conducted by RedC between May 8 and 11 and a nationally representative sample of 1,000 adults living in the Republic of Ireland participated in the survey.The opinion poll revealed that four out of five voters, or 82 percent believe the Government should be more robust in its Brexit negotiations.A majority of the respondents think Irish politicians should be tougher in their d

the elites are in revolt against the people | for europe, against the eu | irela

Some in the British political class have no shame. Having historically thwarted democracy in Ireland — because they didn’t like what those allegedly thick, drunk imbeciles were demanding: national independence — now they’re using Ireland to try to thwart democracy in Britain. To weaken the largest democratic vote in the history of this nation: the vote for Brexit. Because now they don’t like what their own low-information, cognitively dissonant people (the language has become more PC over the decades) are demanding: a break from the EU and a new politics. This use of the Irish question as an instrument of pressure against the demands of the British demos might be the most cynical, dangerous act of elite anti-democracy of the past 18 months.The EU oligarchy, desperate to soften the mass dem

irish sun - may still in search of deal to form a government

LONDON - British Prime Minister Theresa May faced negotiations with a small Northern Irish party to maintain her power after her Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority in a catastrophic electoral gamble just days before Brexit talks are set to start.May's Downing Street office said Sunday she had spoken with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), to discuss finalizing a deal when parliament is reconvened next week."We will welcome any such deal being agreed, as it will provide the stability and certainty the whole country requires as we embark on Brexit and beyond," Downing Street said in a statement."As and when details are finalized both parties will put them forward," it said, referring to May's Conservative Party and the DUP.The Conservatives won 318 House of Commons seats in

irish government on verge of collapse after 'no confidence' motion flagged

The Irish government is on the verge of collapse after the party whose votes Prime Minister Leo Varadkar depends on to pass legislation appears set to break the terms of a 'confidence and supply' deal. The opposition Fianna Fail party said on Thursday it would put a motion of no confidence in Deputy Prime Minister Frances Fitzgerald on Tuesday, a move that would breach the deal it agreed to support Varadkar's Fine Gael government in key votes for three years.Fianna Fail indicated it might withdraw the motion if Ms Fitzgerald resigned, but Foreign Minister Simon Coveney told state broadcaster RTE that Fitzgerald would not resign.The crisis comes weeks ahead of a European Union summit in which the Irish government has an effective veto on whether Britain's talks on leaving the bloc progress

irish sun - majority of irish people are optimistic about eus future

The Irish rate of optimism is the highest in the EU Eurobar said new figures showed 80 percent Irish are optimistic about the EU futureThe survey was carried out before the recent EU Brexit SummitDUBLIN, Ireland - According to the Eurobar, latest figures have shown that 80 percent of Irish people are optimistic about the future of the European Union.Eurobar further noted that the Irish rate of optimism is the highest in the EU, with the average at just 57 percent.In a statement, Gerry Kiely, Head of EU Representation in Ireland, said that our figure is all the more significant, pointing out that the survey was carried out before the recent EU Brexit Summit.He said, “Irish attitudes have always been very positive towards the EU. I think this Eurobar survey carried out in the first half of N

uk, eu struggle for irish compromise four days from deadline

The UK and the European Union are working against the clock to reach a compromise on what the Irish border should look like after Brexit as intractable sticking points remain just four days before a crunch meeting.
Talks between Ireland, the UK government and the Northern Irish party that props up May’s government in London are at a critical point, Irish Agriculture Minister Michael Creed said. He called for more detail from the UK on its proposal to avoid a hard border after Brexit.
“It’s squeaky bum time,” he said in an interview with broadcaster RTE, using a football-match analogy for the final stages of a game.
Prime Minister Theresa May needs to find a way of wording a commitment to the EU that Brexit won’t mean a hard barrier goes up between Northern Ireland and the Republic of

irish sun - irish ceo positivity suffers a dip as brexit concerns loom

The uncertainty around the Brexit process has had a significant impact on Irish business PwC survey has said that up to 58 percent of Irish CEOs have a positive outlook on the economyConcerns regarding high personal tax burdens and Brexit have led to dip in positivityDUBLIN, Ireland - According to a latest study, high personal tax burdens and Brexit have both sunk the positivity amongst Irish CEOs. The 2017 Irish CEO Pulse Survey conducted by PwC found that up to 58 percent of Irish chief executives have a positive outlook on the economy but other concerns, including Brexit and tax burdens has seen that number fall in comparison to last year.The survey further revealed that although a majority of Irish chief executives view the economy in a favourable manner - overall the numbers have drop

irish sun - the eu will not discuss british border proposals during the brexit t

British proposals to ensure an invisible Border after Brexit will not be discussed next week when the latest round of negotiations between the EU and the UK get under way in Brussels, The Irish Times.The British government has recently tabled proposals for avoiding a customs border on the island of Ireland after Brexit, but its suggestions for new customs arrangements, or that most Irish firms be exempted from any tariffs that are introduced, received a cool response in Dublin and Brussels this week.The Irish Times now understands that the EU negotiating team will not discuss the British proposals when the Brexit talks reconvene in Brussels early next week for the third session of the negotiations.EU sources say the British proposals on the customs border will not be on the agenda because

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