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Poll: Would you support joint authority for Republic of Ireland and UK governments over Northern Ireland affairs - Belfast Telegraph;

Poll: Would you support joint authority for Republic of Ireland and UK governments over Northern Ireland affairs - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphPoll: Would you support joint authority for Republic of Ireland and UK governments over Northern Ireland affairsBelfast TelegraphThe introduction of joint authority to replace Stormont would be a "constitutional nightmare and politically eruptive" a leading politics academic has claimed. Queen's University professor Rick Wilford was commenting after SDLP leader Colm Eastwood ...and more »

Brexit: Theresa May's Article 50 plans could be delayed by months due to Stormont crisis legal challenge - The Independent;

Brexit: Theresa May's Article 50 plans could be delayed by months due to Stormont crisis legal challenge - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit: Theresa May's Article 50 plans could be delayed by months due to Stormont crisis legal challengeThe IndependentTheresa May's plans to trigger Article 50 could be delayed by months because enacting Brexit while Northern Ireland's Assembly is in crisis may be illegal, The Independent has learned. Power-sharing collapsed in the region earlier this week, meaning a ...and more »

Brexit: Mercedes slashes prices in Ireland by 10% because of weak pound - The Independent;

Brexit: Mercedes slashes prices in Ireland by 10% because of weak pound - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit: Mercedes slashes prices in Ireland by 10% because of weak poundThe IndependentBrexit just cut the cost of that dream sports car. As long as you live in Ireland. For Mercedes-Benz buyers, driving on the same side of the road as the UK while using a different currency comes with a new perk. The company in Ireland is reducing new ...and more »

Ireland and the UK joined the EEC together – should they leave the EU together too? - Slugger O'Toole;

Ireland and the UK joined the EEC together – should they leave the EU together too? - Slugger O'Toole

Slugger O'TooleIreland and the UK joined the EEC together – should they leave the EU together too?Slugger O'TooleBrexit has spooked the Irish. In fact, well before the referendum took place back in June, the Irish were spooked at even the prospect of Brexit. In early March last year I attended a Brexit Breakfast addressed by arch-Europhile Ken Clarke, and ...and more »

Brexit will increase child poverty across North and South, warn campaigners - Belfast Telegraph;

Brexit will increase child poverty across North and South, warn campaigners - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphBrexit will increase child poverty across North and South, warn campaignersBelfast TelegraphBrexit will likely lead to increased child poverty and threaten loopholes in systems that protect children from abuse, campaigners have warned. The Children's Rights Alliance (CRA) has told an Oireachtas committee that Britain's decision to pull out of ...and more »

Mother and daughter (8) tied up in horrific Northern Ireland robbery - Belfast Telegraph;

Mother and daughter (8) tied up in horrific Northern Ireland robbery - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphMother and daughter (8) tied up in horrific Northern Ireland robberyBelfast TelegraphA mother and her eight-year-old daughter endured a horrific ordeal when they were tied up by two masked men armed with a hammer in Omagh yesterday evening. The woman required medical treatment afterwards after her attackers hit her in the face.and more »

Northern Ireland Political Crisis Could Delay PM May's Brexit Plans: Lawyer - Voice of America;

Northern Ireland Political Crisis Could Delay PM May's Brexit Plans: Lawyer - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaNorthern Ireland Political Crisis Could Delay PM May's Brexit Plans: LawyerVoice of AmericaBritain's plan to trigger Brexit talks by the end of March could be delayed by a political crisis in Northern Ireland if the British Supreme Court rules that Belfast's regional assembly must approve an EU exit, a lawyer for a Brexit challenger said ...and more »

Teachers at Belfast's De La Salle college urged to 'consider positions' - Belfast Telegraph;

Teachers at Belfast's De La Salle college urged to 'consider positions' - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphTeachers at Belfast's De La Salle college urged to 'consider positions'Belfast TelegraphAll 76 teachers at a troubled school in west Belfast have been asked to “consider. 1 1 All 76 teachers at a troubled school in west Belfast have been asked to “consider their positions”, it has emerged. File image. All 76 teachers at a troubled school ...and more »

Northern Ireland political crisis could delay May's Brexit plans - lawyer - Reuters UK;

Northern Ireland political crisis could delay May's Brexit plans - lawyer - Reuters UK

Reuters UKNorthern Ireland political crisis could delay May's Brexit plans - lawyerReuters UKThe Parliament Buildings at Stormont are seen behind railings, a day after deputy first minister Martin McGuinness resigned, throwing the devolved joint administration into crisis, in Belfast Northern Ireland, January 10, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne ...and more »

Emergency services attend incident at Belfast's river Lagan - Belfast Telegraph;

Emergency services attend incident at Belfast's river Lagan - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphEmergency services attend incident at Belfast's river LaganBelfast TelegraphEmergency services in Northern Ireland have attended the scene of an incident on the River Lagan, in Belfast. The Northern Ireland Fire Service, Ambulance and police have taken part in the rescue operation. The incident happened near Donegal Quay on ...and more »

May: Northern Ireland crisis mustn't jeopardise peace - Aljazeera.com;

May: Northern Ireland crisis mustn't jeopardise peace - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comMay: Northern Ireland crisis mustn't jeopardise peaceAljazeera.comUK prime minister says Northern Irish leaders have a week to resolve their differences or there will be an election. Neave Barker 12 Jan 2017 10:05 GMT. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. 0; All Social. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker.and more »

Stormont crisis will not delay Brexit process, says Theresa May - Irish Examiner;

Stormont crisis will not delay Brexit process, says Theresa May - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerStormont crisis will not delay Brexit process, says Theresa MayIrish ExaminerThe political crisis in Belfast will not delay the process for Britain's exit from the EU, British prime minister Theresa May has said. Northern Ireland is facing a snap election following the resignation of deputy first minister Martin McGuinness. The ...and more »

Theresa May rules out Brexit delay over North election - Irish Times;

Theresa May rules out Brexit delay over North election - Irish Times

Irish TimesTheresa May rules out Brexit delay over North electionIrish TimesBritish prime minister Theresa May has ruled out delaying the start of formal Brexit talks under article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty if the political impasse in Northern Ireland leads to fresh Assembly elections. She was responding in the House of Commons ...and more »

Theresa May: Election if no deputy first minister is found in seven days - Belfast Telegraph;

Theresa May: Election if no deputy first minister is found in seven days - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphTheresa May: Election if no deputy first minister is found in seven daysBelfast TelegraphTheresa May has said she is treating the political crisis in Northern Ireland "with the utmost seriousness". The Prime Minister also confirmed that a snap election would be held at Stormont if a deputy first minister cannot be found within seven days.and more »

Northern Ireland political crisis will not delay Article 50, says Theresa May - Belfast Telegraph;

Northern Ireland political crisis will not delay Article 50, says Theresa May - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphNorthern Ireland political crisis will not delay Article 50, says Theresa MayBelfast TelegraphThe Northern Ireland political crisis will not delay the triggering of Article 50 and Britain's exit from the European Union, Theresa May has said. It comes after the Northern Ireland deputy first minister Martin McGuinness resigned on Monday ...and more »

SNP suggest Brexit delay over Stormont crisis - BBC News;

SNP suggest Brexit delay over Stormont crisis - BBC News

BBC NewsSNP suggest Brexit delay over Stormont crisisBBC NewsThe SNP has questioned whether the Brexit process should be delayed by the political crisis in Northern Ireland. The party's deputy leader Angus Roberson pointed out that Theresa May has pledged to consult with devolved administrations over Brexit.and more »

Why Brexit means Irish unity is now inevitable - IrishCentral;

Why Brexit means Irish unity is now inevitable - IrishCentral

IrishCentralWhy Brexit means Irish unity is now inevitableIrishCentral“Make no mistake: we are now in the final few years of Northern Ireland's existence.” iStock. Kevin Meagher is a former special adviser to Northern Ireland Secretary of State Shaun Woodward. Northern Ireland was not meant to last this long. That's the ...and more »

Brexit: Theresa May's Article 50 plans could be delayed by months due to Stormont crisis legal challenge - UK Progressive Magazine;

Brexit: Theresa May's Article 50 plans could be delayed by months due to Stormont crisis legal challenge - UK Progressive Magazine

UK Progressive MagazineBrexit: Theresa May's Article 50 plans could be delayed by months due to Stormont crisis legal challengeUK Progressive MagazineShe said: “Given the timing of this, what we're going to have is an election taking place and talks [to form a new government at Stormont] taking place when any decision would need to be made by the Assembly [on Brexit]. Speaking to The Independent ...and more »

UK may have to delay triggering article 50 - Independent - ForexLive

UK may have to delay triggering article 50 - IndependentForexLiveThe UK's Independent paper is reporting that the triggering of article 50 could be delayed for months due to Northern Ireland's political upheaval. They say that if May tries to trigger art50 before the Northern Irish Assembly is in place, there could ...and more »

John Larkin promises to remain impartial amid Stormont crisis - Irish Legal News

John Larkin promises to remain impartial amid Stormont crisisIrish Legal NewsNorthern Ireland's Attorney General John Larkin QC has said his role in Stormont's political crisis will remain that of a lawyer and “nothing more of that”. Mr Larkin, speaking to The Irish News, declined to comment on the RHI scandal in his first ...and more »