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Northern Ireland must not be 'collateral damage' of Brexit, report says - The Guardian

Banners are displayed during a protest in the border town of Carrickcarnon in Ireland. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters. The chairman of an influential House of Lords committee has said Northern Ireland must not become the collateral damage of the ...and more »

Brexit Britain turns against globalisation, blaming it for low UK wages and inequality poll reveals - The Independent

Post-Brexit Britain is in the throes of a major backlash against globalisation, blaming dwindling wages and rife inequality on the opening of the world's economy, an exclusive poll for The Independent has revealed. The survey by ComRes even exposes a ...and more »

Irish courts to be asked to intervene in Brexit legal process - The Guardian

Pro-EU demonstrators protest outside the supreme court in London during the Brexit hearing. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images. Irish courts are to be asked to intervene in the UK's legally complex Brexit process in a new appeal aimed at reaching the ...and more »

Brexit Briefing: the Irish conundrum - Financial Times

Britain's decision to leave the EU has created an immense number of challenges for the UK. Few are as intractable, or as serious, as those relating to Northern Ireland. Since the 1998 Good Friday agreement ended years of sectarian conflict, Northern ...and more »

Poll suggests public will not accept a Brexit that leaves them worse off - The Guardian

Surveys from YouGov and Which? point to a growing worry that Brexit will leave the UK poorer. Patrick Maguire. Sat 10 Dec 2016 14.02 EST Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 10.51 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more ...and more »

Brexit: Theresa May would consider 'associate European citizenship' for British people - The Independent

Downing Street has signalled it may be willing to do a deal with European leaders that could grant Britons “associate citizenship” of the EU. After being asked about the idea, Theresa May's spokesperson confirmed the UK would “want to find a way” to ...and more »

UK firms 'face more, not less, red tape if Britain exits customs union' - The Guardian

A British and an EU flag. One campaigner said British businesses face a 'bombshell of Brexit bureaucracy'. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA. UK businesses will have to deal with 60m more pieces of paperwork each year if Britain leaves the customs union ...and more »

Brexit: New Article 50 court challenge to go ahead after thousands back campaign - The Independent

A fresh legal challenge to Brexit is to go ahead after tens of thousands of pounds were raised within just 48 hours to take the case to court. The challenge, which will now go before Ireland's High Court, contends Article 50 should be revocable once it ...and more »

End Brexit uncertainty for EU citizens in the UK, report urges - The Guardian

Queues at Heathrow. The government has so far refused to guarantee the status of EU citizens living in Britain. Photograph: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images. The government should end uncertainty for EU nationals living in Britain by ...and more »

EU migrants who arrive after triggering of Article 50 should not stay permanently, says report - Telegraph.co.uk

Any EU citizen travelling to the UK after Theresa May triggers Article 50 should not be allowed to permanently stay in the UK after Brexit, a major inquiry concludes today. Amid growing fears of a “surge” of EU migrants travelling to the UK to take ...and more »