As representatives from Northern Ireland's four main pro-remain parties met Leo Varadkar at Government Buildings in Dublin yesterday, the draft agreement the Taoiseach had publicly supported seemed certain to be rejected by the Commons.
BUSINESS chiefs in Northern Ireland say they recognise the "huge efforts" made by Prime Minister Theresa May and government to reach the Brexit milestone unveiled on Tuesday - and insist any deal is better than no deal.
Andrew Woodcock, David Wilcock and Gavin Cordon, Press Association
Leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has submitted a letter of no confidence in Theresa May, as the Prime Minister reels from the loss of four ministers - including two from her Cabinet - in protest at her Brexit plans.
THE DUP has reacted angrily to the British cabinet's agreed draft Brexit deal with the EU which would see Northern Ireland treated differently from the rest of the UK. Theresa May emerged from Downing Street after a five-hour marathon cabinet meeting...