Ireland wants Brexit talks to start, to safeguard peace process
Sunday, 11 June 2017 Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan said Ireland was keen for Brexit talks to start and to ensure the process of Britain leaving the European Union did not have an adverse impact on Northern Ireland's fragile peace process.
British Prime Minister Theresa May meets the leader of a small Northern Irish Protestant party on Tuesday in an attempt to save her premiership and avoid a second election that would thrust Brexit negotiations into turmoil. May's botched election gamble cost her Conservative Party its majority in the...
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland will not threaten to use a veto on Brexit talks "at this stage" over the lack of progress on the Irish border as Dublin is in a very... Reuters - WorldAlso reported by •Reuters India