The border between Ireland and Northern Ireland is open. People in the towns on either side move freely back and forth; goods too cross unchecked. This is thanks to the European single market. But Brexit could change it all.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is reportedly planning to present the plan to her Cabinet on Tuesday. It would potentially solve one of the thorniest problems plaguing the Brexit talks.
Negotiators for the EU and the UK have finally struck a draft deal on the conditions of the British divorce from the bloc. But now Theresa May has to convince her Cabinet and Parliament to back it.
The Irish border is the final sticking point in the EU-UK Brexit negotiation, with the future of the frontier far from certain. That is causing worry for businesses north and south, as Arthur Sullivan found out.
Things are looking grim with regard to a Brexit deal and the Leave campaign's funding is under scrutiny. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson's pants are on fire and a Brexit commemorative coin is in the works.
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