IRELAND'S banking watchdog has regained trust since the economic crisis, and financial firms looking for a post-Brexit home will be properly scrutinised, one of the country's top business chiefs has said.
THE British Government must resist "siren calls" for the UK to crash out of the European Union on WTO rules, a Tory former foreign minister said, warning it would be "catastrophic" for Northern Ireland
By Arj Singh and Andrew Woodcock, Press Association Political Staff
Theresa May will not call a snap election despite former Tory leader Lord Hague's suggestion that securing a bigger Commons majority would make it easier to deliver a successful Brexit, Downing Street sources have indicated.
MINISTERS have been warned they could face a fresh legal challenge to British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans unless they guarantee Parliament a vote on the outcome of negotiations with the EU.