Lucinda Creighton: The greatest shame of the Brexit disaster are the weak leaders who allowed it
As the full scale of the economic costs of Brexit begins to make itself known in Britain, many who advocated for it are wishing they could turn back the clock – but, of course, they can’t
John Walsh: Britain’s slide to illiberal state gathers pace under Boris Johnson
While Britain’s political travails are not yet on a par with Hungary’s or Poland’s, there have been some very alarming developments of late
Susan O’Keeffe: Cummings Unplugged had the ring of credibility
The damning testimony of Boris Johnson’s former chief advisor cannot be dismissed as the hyperbole of a man who fell from grace and is hell-bent on revenge
Danielle Barron on Covid-19: Celebrations across the water - are we nearly there yet?
As we gazed in envy at scenes of Britons socialising last week, it seemed like a different world. But experts say we’re not that far away ourselves
Feasible or folly: can the ‘Boris Burrow’ bridge the divide?
A seemingly impractical bridge straddling the sea between Scotland and Ireland is back on the agenda after years of ridicule. But is it just another of Boris Johnson’s numerous vanity projects?
Brussels to launch protocol legal action within days
The move by an increasingly furious European Commission could happen as early as this week
Susan O’Keeffe: Within weeks of Brexit, we face life-or-death consequences
Decades of trust are being wiped away in the row over critical vaccine supplies
Noelle O’Connell: Why Michel Barnier is our European of the Year
European Movement Ireland honours the EU’s lead Brexit negotiator for his understanding, diplomacy and persistence
Pat Rabbitte: We cannot let Brexit destroy our relationship with Britain
Europe was a handy intermediary between us and Britain, now that it will no longer be there, we will have to learn to work more closely with our nearest neighbour
Trials and errors: the slow, painstaking path to a virus vaccine
There is a long list of medical and logistical hurdles to be cleared before any Covid-19 vaccine can be declared safe for use on the general public
Brexit fishing expedition is ignoring the wider picture
Since Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016, both sides have spent more time on the future of fishing than the future of financial services