THERE was growing optimism about the prospect of securing a Brexit deal last night after the DUP appeared open to accepting the revised proposals that emerged after Thursday's meeting between the taoiseach and the British prime minister. As negotiations in Brussels...
Donald Tusk handed Boris Johnson a last-minute reprieve after talks with Leo Varadkar raised the prospects of a Brexit deal, but he warned the UK still has not presented a "workable, realistic proposal".
HOPES of a Brexit agreement between Britain and the EU remained alive last night after Leo Varadkar and Boris Johnson emerged from a hastily arranged meeting saying they could "see a pathway" to a possible deal.
THE British government has conceded that Northern Ireland is ill-prepared for a no-deal Brexit, while hinting that direct rule may be necessary to ensure "decision-making powers" are in place to cope with the expected upheaval.