Map. History of UK conflict

19 September 2018
9 month ago
MI5 have foiled a terror plot to assassinate Prime Minister Theresa May has been foiled, Police believe the plan was to launch some sort of improvised explosive device at Downing Street and in the ensuing chaos attack and kill Theresa May, the Prime Minister
Bomber behind Manchester terror attack was "subject of interest" for security services and opportunities to stop him were missed says review
9 month ago
The Manchester bombing 'could have been avoided', Home Secretary Amber Rudd states in review findings
DUP leader Arlene Foster tells Sky News she was not shown the text of the Brexit deal in advance of the PM's talks
EU Commissioner for the Security Union @JKingEU talked about post-Brexit security co-operation between the UK and the EU
9 month ago
UK London - Woolwich raid: Armed police storm flat and arrest man in counter-terror swoop in south-east London
Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi was a former "subject of interest" and it is "conceivable" the attack "might have been averted had the cards fallen differently", official review confirms
9 month ago
Brexit Secretary Davis: Regulatory alignment is not harmonisation it's a questions of ensuring similar outcomes in areas where you want to have trade relationships and free and frictionless trade
9 month ago
[email protected] claims the Irish government's behaviour "has set back Anglo-Irish relations and damaged the relationships built up within Northern Ireland in terms of the devolution settlement and that is going to take a long time to repair"
9 month ago
Brexit Secretary Davis: both sides during the EU referendum made it clear that departure from the EU meant departure from customs union
9 month ago
Chris Bryant says the government's approach to Brexit is "based on the DUP and trying to keep the Conservative party together". David Davis says it's actually based on "17.5 million votes that were cast to leave the European Union"
Nigel Dodds says DUP will not allow any Brexit settlement to be agreed which causes a divergence "politically or economically" of NI from rest of UK
9 month ago
Davis: issue of maintaining a frictionless and open border on island of Ireland is best dealt with in phase 2 of negotiations
9 month ago
Brexit Secretary Davis: The suggestion that we might depart the EU and leave one part of the UK behind still inside the EU single market and customs union is emphatically not something the UK gov't is considering
9 month ago
Brexit Secretary Davis: We are equally clear that we must respect the integrity of the UK, there remains some fine issue to resolve that require further consultationall parties remain confident of reaching a positive conclusion over the course of the week
9 month ago
Brexit Secretary Davis: We have been clear we want to protect all elements of the Good Friday Agreementwe recognise that as we exit we must respect integrity of EU single market and customs union
9 month ago
Brexit Secretary David Davis: progress has been made on Brexit negotiations but we have not yet reached final conclusionbut we are close to concluding 1st phase and moving on to talk trade
9 month ago
Nine terrorist attacks have been prevented in the UK in the past year, director general of MI5 Andrew Parker has told the Cabinet - Downing Street
9 month ago
Britain 'very confident' of Brexit deal: finance minister
9 month ago
After Brexit deal crumbles, Britain's May to speak to Northern Irish party
9 month ago
Reuters: a Downing Street official says Prime Minister Theresa May could return to Brussels by Wednesday after a deal on the terms of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union was delayed yesterday
Juncker and May "confident" of reaching sufficient progress, despite no breakthrough yesterday
[email protected]: I don't see any need for changes in today's text. There was compromise. We'll see how things develop
[email protected]: my objective now is to get this deal concluded
[email protected]: Brexit is difficult. Our job is to manage Irish Government's perspective. It is not our job to comment on relationships with British Government
[email protected]: This was a structured negotiation. It is our role to ensure we could agree a text in relation to the Irish people
[email protected]: @theresa_may has asked for more time and we are happy to allow that
[email protected]: We had a deal today that would provide reassurance on the border and we want to ensure it remains intact
[email protected]: We have no hidden agenda here only the best interests of people in Ireland North and South Brexit
Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar says Ireland agreed on a border deal earlier in the day and he is surprised and disappointed with the UK Government that the agreement could not be secured
[email protected]: I am surprised and disappointed British government cannot proceed with what was agreed earlier today. We want to proceed to phase 2 but cannot do so without a firm commitment that there will be no hard border in Ireland
[email protected]: A hard border has been to the forefront of our concerns since Brexit began
European Council President Donald Tusk says the time for a Brexit agreement is getting tight but a deal next week is still possible
Tusk: Met with PM @theresa_may. I was ready to present draft EU27 guidelines tomorrow for Brexit talks on transition and future. But UK and Commission asked for more time. It is now getting very tight but agreement at December EUCO is still possible
UK agrees to 'regulatory alignment' on both sides of Irish border
No agreement has been reached between the EU and UK in Brexit talks today, says EU Commission President @JunckerEU
President @JunckerEU says @theresa_may is a "tough negotiator" and is defending the UK's position with "all the energy we know she has."
May: It's clear crucially that we want to move forward together, but on a couple of issues some differences do remain which require further negotiations and consultationwe will reconvene before end of week
Juncker: We stand ready to resume negotiations with UK this weekI'm still confident we can reach sufficent progress by next EUCO
Juncker: Despite our best efforts and significant progress it was not possible to reach a complete agreement today
Juncker: we've had a friendly and constuctive meeting today, always a pleasure to meet May and I have to say she's a tough negotiator
9 month ago
Huge ramifications for London if Theresa May has conceded that it's possible for part of the UK to remain within the single market and customs union after Brexit. Londoners overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU and a similar deal here could protect tens of thousands of jobs – @MayorofLondon
9 month ago
Downing Street Chief of Staff Gavin Barwell will address MPs at 4pm on Brexit negotiation updates
DUP leader Arlene Foster says her party will "not accept any form of regulatory divergence" in Ireland after Brexit and the Irish government is "clearly seeking to unilaterally change the Belfast agreement"
Arlene Foster says Northern Ireland must leave the EU on the same terms as the rest of the UK.
Taoiseach @campaignforleo, Tánaiste @simoncoveney and Minister @HMcEntee will be making a significant statement at Government Buildings shortly re Phase 1 of the Brexit negotiations
If one part of UK can retain regulatory alignment with EU and effectively stay in the single market (which is the right solution for Northern Ireland) there is surely no good practical reason why others can't: @NicolaSturgeon
Ireland foreign minister says border will look the same as it does now after Brexit
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney says the UK and EU are very close to agreeing a deal on the Irish border and the border will look like it looks today after Brexit
[email protected]: We hope to see a balanced wording that protects Irish interests as a whole. That has always been and continues to be our objective
[email protected]: At no point in future, can we see a re-emergence of a hard border in Ireland. I hope we are in a place this evening where we have reassurance for Irish and British people
[email protected]: I suspect the border will look much like what it looks today. We have lanuguage now that gives us the safeguards we need and reassurance that hard border will not re-emerge
[email protected]: We want an absolute guarantee that no hard border will return to this island and we are very close to final agreement. We are in a much better place now than we have been in Brexit negotiations at any point to date
[email protected] :Border is one issue. We need clear language that protects GFA and the principle of consent and integrity of single market
[email protected]: There has been good progress made this morning regarding accomodation between Irish concerns and British position
Watch UK PM Theresa May arrive in Brussels for a meeting with EU Chief @JunckerEU on the progress of Brexit talks
9 month ago
British and EU negotiators have reached agreement on Brexit deal for all Irish issues - Irish government sources
Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar says he will make a statement on Brexit negotiations later today
9 month ago
The UK Government is confident the DUP will support a deal on a post-Brexit Irish border by the end of the day – media
Belgian Green MEP Philippe Lamberts, who has seen the draft text of a Brexit deal, tells @faisalislam "I would put my money on it [a deal today]". Says he thinks emerging UK-EU deal means "a special situation for Ireland and for Northern Ireland"
Arlene Foster: The DUP will not countenance a new border in the Irish Sea
9 month ago
The UK and Ireland have reached a compromise in Brexit talks
Journos waiting for @Theresa_May's arrival
9 month ago
Key meeting for UK Prime Minister Theresa May as Brexit talks enter decisive phase
We will not change our red lines. The lives of millions of families are at stake. If no clear commitment is made, the @EPPGroup will not be ready to assess the progress made as sufficient to enter a 2nd phase of negotiations tweets @ManfredWeber on Brexit
In Brexit negotiations, money is one of the problems, but it is not the biggest one. We are much more concerned about the fact that negotiations are stalled on the protection of EU citizens' rights and on the Irish case tweets @ManfredWeber
An EU source has told there has been no breakthrough in the overnight talks between British, European Commission and Irish officials on the Irish border issue post Brexit. It now looks unlikely the Irish cabinet will have a text to approve when it meets in Dublin at 9am
9 month ago
British MI6 has elevated Russia to "tier one" threat status. The head of MI6 has told NATO its response to Russian interference in Europe and the West needs to get sharper
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