A Northern Irish party backed out of a deal Prime Minister Theresa May had reached with the E U The deal was a prerequisite for the next stage of talks

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- forextime.com
05 Dec 2017
The British Pound is weak and wobbly following disappointment that Prime Minister Theresa May was unable to secure a Brexit deal on Monday. Talks were brought to an abrupt halt after Northern Irish politicians threw a spanner in the works with their objections to border proposals. Although May...

Irish Brexit border issues and 50bn Brexit bill may unravel the UK

05 Dec 2017
The idea behind Brexit was to take back control, but the UK Government's inevitable capitulation on the £50 billion Brexit bill followed by Ireland's ability to move the UK's border exposes it as the single largest voluntary reversal of global influence by a nation in history. Not only has the lie on the side of the Brexit bus been exposed beyond all doubt by the ...
- businessforscotland.com

Ireland border deal collapses after Northern Ireland s DUP objects DW

- dw.com
05 Dec 2017
EU leaders agreed to negotiating guidelines during a summit in April that divided the talks into two phases. The first phase seeks to "settle the disentanglement" of Britain from the EU. Since talks began on July 17, negotiators have focused on three core issues: the "Brexit Bill," citizens' rights, and the Irish border.

UK and EU fail to reach Brexit deal after crunch Brussels meeting

05 Dec 2017
This seems to be a fundamental misconception many of you Brits espouse. Here is the crux of the matter. The UK government has stated, regarding this matter, that following Brexit vote, it will not only leave the EU, but as well the SM and CU. It has (HMG), also, stated, that there will be no hard border between RoI and NI and that the GFA is respected. These two red lines ...
- politico.eu

Brexit talks stall over how to handle Irish border

- cbc.ca
05 Dec 2017
May met Monday with both EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU Council President Donald Tusk in Brussels, hoping to reach a settlement that would allow Brexit talks to move to the next stage, which would include talks on any potential trade deal.

Irish border row thwarts May bid to clinch Brexit deal

05 Dec 2017
The British leader had sat down to lunch with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker hoping that a last-minute offer to the Irish government of "regulatory alignment" on both sides of a new UK-EU land border would remove a last obstacle to the EU open talks next week on future trade.
- radio.gov.pk

By forgetting to tell her DUP partners the details

- voxpoliticalonline.com
05 Dec 2017
"In the end, they will risk their support from the DUP to get moving on Brexit. Jobs (Tory MPs' included) are at stake. After all, ministers such as David Davis always say that "nothing's agreed until everything's agreed", so having now ratted on the Democratic Unionists, they can, in due course, re-rat on the Irish and the EU, after a trade deal is sorted out.

Brexit talks in November pushing investors overseas

05 Dec 2017
As well as the Chancellor's autumn budget, the theme for November was very much the difficult ongoing Brexit negotiations. During the month, Ireland issued a stark warning that it will block progress of the talks unless a formal written guarantee that there will be no hard border with Northern Ireland materialises. Moreover, news broke that the UK could end up paying up to ...
- share.com

No Brexit breakthrough, Irish issue derails talks

- business-standard.com
05 Dec 2017
European Commission's president Juncker urges London not to delay Brexit talks No agreement yet on Brexit bill, Irish border: EU's Barnier All you need to know about Brexit divorce bill Brexit talks end with no progress EU refuses to rank rival bids for agencies leaving UK over Brexit

The 'oxymoron' that could derail Brexit

05 Dec 2017
"A hard border is a real possibility, and a frictionless border is almost an oxymoron," Katy Hayward of Queen's University Belfast wrote earlier this year. "This is especially true given that the overall logic of Brexit is interpreted by the U.K. government as being to 'take back' control of immigration, laws and trade."
- news8000.com

Theresa May heads for Brussels

- zeenews.india.com
05 Dec 2017
May hopes that her talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and his Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, due to start at 1:15 p.m. (1215 GMT), can persuade her 27 fellow EU leaders that "sufficient progress" has been made on divorce terms for them to agree next week to open talks on their future trade relationship.

No Deal, Despite UK's Compromise on Irish Border

05 Dec 2017
After days of talks, the British government has agreed to the Republic of Ireland's terms that there won't be a hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland. This is a positive step in the negotiations and gives great comfort to Theresa May's government, knowing that, as the European Council meeting on December 14-15 is drawing closer, the UK has tried to settle ...
- currencysolutions.co.uk

Labour attacks 'embarrassing' Brexit talks

- bbc.com
05 Dec 2017
Responding to Labour's urgent question, Mr Davis defended the controversial proposal for "regulatory alignment" between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland - intended to avoid the need for border checks after Brexit - saying this would apply to the whole of the UK.

Theresa May warned the DUP 'will not accept' Northern Ireland Brexit deal

05 Dec 2017
Huge ramifications for London if Theresa May has conceded that it's possible for part of the UK to remain within the single market & customs union after Brexit. Londoners overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU and a similar deal here could protect tens of thousands of jobs.
- businessinsider.com

Britain still 'very confident' as Brexit deal talks with EU falter

- saudigazette.com.sa
05 Dec 2017
But they have found it difficult to find a way to satisfy both the Irish government and DUP lawmakers who say Northern Ireland must quit the EU on the same terms as the rest of the UK. That includes leaving the single market and customs union, which is May's official policy but complicates the border issue.
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