Brexit may lead to return of Border customs controls - Irish Times

Customs controls on the Border are likely to return when the UK leaves the European Union, after British prime minister Theresa May said she wants to take the UK out of key parts of the EU customs union. However, Ms May promised to work with the ...and more »

Theresa May's Brexit speech: What her EU exit strategy means for Ireland - Irish Times

What are the key points of Theresa May's speech? The British prime minister has set out her view that when Britain leaves the EU, it will cut much of its existing economic, political and legal links. In the jargon, this is called a “hard Brexit ...and more »

Article 50: Britain Says Brexit Clause to Be Triggered March 29 -

LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Monday that she would trigger the divorce clause from the European Union on March 29. The move to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon will come nine months after the "Brexit" referendum.and more »

Trade truths for Theresa May's vision of a 'Global Britain' - Financial Times

Theresa May has laid out a vision for a “Global Britain” that will, post-Brexit, reprise its historical place as an international trading hub thanks to a web of new trade agreements that her government plans to negotiate in the coming years. Sample the ...and more »

Theresa May warns UK will walk away from 'bad deal' - Financial Times

Theresa May has set out a new role for a “global Britain” outside the EU's single market in a landmark speech outlining plans to take the edges off a hard Brexit but vowing to fight back if she failed to get a good deal. Sample the FT's top stories for ...and more »

Government welcomes May's speech on Brexit - Irish Times

Prime minister Theresa May's speech outlining Britain's approach to Brexit was officially welcomed by the Government, which said it brought “clarity”. However, some Ministers and officials have privately warned the hard Brexit she promised will present ...and more »

Theresa May's hard Brexit hinges on a dated vision of global trade - The Conversation UK

May is clinging to the glory days as she prepares for Brexit. EPA/Facundo Arrizabalaga. Email · Twitter222; Facebook733; LinkedIn6; WhatsApp; Print. A landmark speech by Theresa May, the prime minister of the UK, setting the direction of the country ...and more »

May's speech likely to suggest Brexit is getting harder - Irish Times

Nowhere will Theresa May's long-awaited speech on Brexit, due to be delivered on Tuesday at Lancaster House in London, be more closely watched than in Dublin. Ireland is in the front line of dealing with Brexit – economically, politically and even ...and more »

Brexit speech: Six issues that Theresa May didn't settle for us - Irish Times

Theresa May has, to some extent, clarified what kind of relationship Britain wants with the EU, but the prime minister has also left some big questions open. Here's what we still don't know. 1. What sort of deal does Britain actually want? While ruling ...and more »

Theresa May confirms: Britain is heading for Brexit Max - The Economist (blog)

FOR the past few months Theresa May and her ministers have allowed some ambiguities to swirl around Britain's future relationship with the European Union. Yes, she confirmed in her conference speech in October, Brexit would take it beyond the ...and more »