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Brexit: Last-minute deal paves way for trade talks

John Manley
THE British government and the EU yesterday paved the way for the second phase of Brexit negotiations after settling on a series of principles for tackling the sticking points of citizens' rights, the Irish border and the so-called divorce bill.

Farmers' relief at Brexit border deal

Deborah McAleese, Press Association
Cross-border farmers from both the Remain and Leave camps have expressed relief over the Brexit deal on the Irish border.

Seamus McGrane jailed for Prince Charles bomb plot

A DISSIDENT republican leader convicted of directing the activities of a terrorist organisation which plotted an explosion during a visit of Prince Charles has been jailed for more than 11 years.

May preparing new offer on border says Varadkar

By Arj Singh and Andrew Woodcock
Theresa May is preparing to make a fresh Brexit offer on the border by Friday to try and break the logjam in negotiations amid warnings she may have to wait until the New Year for trade talks, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.

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