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Northern Ireland sales to Britain plunge by 20% - and exports to Republic rise by 16%

northern ireland sales to britain plunge by 20% - and exports to republic rise by 16%
Exports from Northern Ireland to Britain fell by 20% last year, while sales to the Republic increased by 16%, new economy data has revealed.
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UK Trade Sec Fox: Cabinet unlikely to put Brexit deal to parliament in absence of further reassurance on NI backstop

The UK trade secretary Liam Fox was out on the wires in the last hour, saying that the only Brexit deal that will get through the parliament would involve removal of Northern Ireland..
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EU Leaders Stick to Brexit Deal As UK PM May Pitches Changes [Video]EU Leaders Stick to Brexit Deal As UK PM May Pitches Changes  02:55

European Union Ambassador to the U.S. David O'Sullivan told Newsy the E.U. doesn't have much room to renegotiate a Brexit deal with Theresa May.

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EU Rules Out Brexit Renegotiation As May Seeks Help From Merkel [Video]EU Rules Out Brexit Renegotiation As May Seeks Help From Merkel  00:38

According to Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May sought Angela Merkel’s support on Tuesday to save her floundering Brexit deal, but the European Union ruled out renegotiating the divorce treaty. Less..

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A Brexit Deal Addendum [Video]A Brexit Deal Addendum  00:44

According to Business Insider, a Cabinet source has confirmed that Theresa May promised her Cabinet a new text on the Brexit backstop to accompany the Withdrawal Agreement weeks before the meaningful..

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May seeks Europe's help in Brexit debacle [Video]May seeks Europe's help in Brexit debacle  01:26

Theresa May meets European leaders hoping they can come to the rescue of her Brexit deal, the day after she cancelled a vote on it, certain she would lose. Lucy Fielder reports.

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The Irish border backstop has been at the centre of the Brexit delay. We take a look at the issue and why it could define Theresa May's reign.

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Ireland To Prepare For 'No Deal' Brexit [Video]Ireland To Prepare For 'No Deal' Brexit  00:36

Reuters reports Ireland's Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Tuesday that Ireland will ramp up its plans for a no-deal Brexit, including accelerating the recruitment of 1,000 customs officials and..

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James Nesbitt's plan for luxury home rejected by Northern Ireland council

james nesbitt's plan for luxury home rejected by northern ireland council
TV star James Nesbitt has been refused permission to build a plush new pad on Co Antrim's north coast.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

Final submissions in probe into botched energy scheme which collapsed Stormont

An inquiry into a botched green energy scheme which sparked a political row that contributed to the collapse of powersharing government in Northern Ireland has begun hearing final submissions.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

Toddler Daithi's only hope is new heart

toddler daithi's only hope is new heart
Little Daithi MacGabhann was the star of the show at the launch of a new policy to increase the number of organ donors in Northern Ireland.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

Investigation as inmate dies in Northern Ireland prison

A prisoner has died in the Northern Ireland's Maghaberry prison.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

Major warns return of Irish border will revive worst memories of Troubles

Any return of a border between Northern Ireland and the Republic after Brexit risks reviving memories of the worst days of the Troubles, Sir John Major has warned.
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Brexit: Theresa May says her deal is 'only deal available' and backstop is 'necessary' after meeting with Merkel

Theresa May has said her Brexit deal is "the only deal available" and that the controversial Northern Ireland backstop is "necessary" after being rebuffed in a meeting with Angela Merkel and other EU..
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Football fan is convinced his son’s first word is CELTIC

football fan is convinced his son’s first word is celtic
The clip, filmed in Lurgan, Northern Ireland, captures Kyle Corrigan as he sits with his one-year-old son Bradley. He repeats the word 'Celtic' to the baby in an attempt to get him to echo the word.
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'Legal action against British troops who fought in Northern Ireland is "wrong"' 

'legal action against british troops who fought in northern ireland is wrong' 
Sir Nicholas Parker, who led Operation Banner when it was winding down its decades-long Northern Ireland Operation, has slammed historic prosecutions of soldiers as 'wrong'.
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Sir Nick Parker: Prosecuting soldiers over Northern Ireland conflict deaths is unfair

Prosecuting former soldiers over historic deaths in Northern Ireland is unfair and could inhibit servicemen’s behaviour in future operations, the former British Army commander in the region said.
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Gary Thompson: Head of NI fire service on precautionary suspension

gary thompson: head of ni fire service on precautionary suspension
Gary Thompson has been placed on precautionary suspension, the Northern Ireland fire service says.
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Thieves snared less than two hours after smash-and-grab robbery in forest park

thieves snared less than two hours after smash-and-grab robbery in forest park
Two people have been arrested less than two hours after a smash-and-grab robbery at a forest park in Northern Ireland.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

Stunning pictures from book Ireland by Martin J Dougherty show the beauty of the Irish landscape 

stunning pictures from book ireland by martin j dougherty show the beauty of the irish landscape 
The mesmerising pictures of both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland are just a selection of the 150 that feature in the book Ireland: The Emerald Isle by author Martin J. Dougherty.
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Brexit: What is the Northern Ireland backstop, what would it mean and why is it so controversial?

Everything you need to know about the most contentious part of Theresa May's Brexit plan
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2021 Under-21 European qualifiers: NI drawn with Denmark and Romania in Pool Eight

2021 under-21 european qualifiers: ni drawn with denmark and romania in pool eight
Northern Ireland Under-21s will face Denmark, Romania, Ukraine, Finland and Malta in Group Eight of the Euro 2021 qualifiers.
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PM seeking 'assurances' over NI backstop

pm seeking 'assurances' over ni backstop
Theresa May will meet Angela Merkel as she seeks new reassurances about the Northern Ireland backstop.
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Danish fashion brand launching its first Northern Ireland outlet at CastleCourt in time for Christmas

danish fashion brand launching its first northern ireland outlet at castlecourt in time for christmas
Danish fashion brand Vila will open its first Northern Ireland store in Belfast's CastleCourt Shopping Centre on Friday.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

Muckamore Abbey had culture of tolerating harm, leaked report reveals

muckamore abbey had culture of tolerating harm, leaked report reveals
Patients' lives were "compromised" at a Northern Ireland hospital, a leaked report has revealed.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

No deal would be disastrous for the Union, says Bradley

no deal would be disastrous for the union, says bradley
Leaving the European Union without a deal in place could prove "disastrous" for the Union, the Northern Ireland Secretary warned last night.
Credit: Belfast Telegraph - Published

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