Map. History of UK conflict

19 January 2018
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Luton Airport says the runway has reopened for departures only after all flights were temporarily suspended earlier
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Heavy snow overnight on the N17 north of Tuam. Roads passable with care
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Britain offered 'statement of intent' on Irish border to unlock talks
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson raises case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in 'worthwhile' Iran trip
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire says he "doesn't accept" that the Good Friday Agreement is preventing the UK from getting the Brexit it voted
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire: The analysis is what the impact of regulation is. Analysis to inform that negotiation. We were clear we wouldn't publish anything which would affect our negotiations
"We've shown ability to move through into Phase 2 to get solutions that mean there isn't a hard border" says Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire: It is that positive outlook of seeing Northen Ireland in the UK and moving forward together as a whole
Northern Ireland Secretary @JBrokenshire on Brexit: It's been so important to move into phase 2 and now we have the opportunity to do so Paterson
British foreign secretary meets with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on the second of his two-day visit to Iran
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Brexit Secretary Davis: We've got about a year. That's why this week was important. the odds of a WTO, no deal situation has dropped significantly
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Brexit Secretary Davis: We want an overarching free trade deal with no tariffs with EU. We start with full alignment
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Brexit Secretary Davis: No divergence would have taken cut and paste rules we're not looking to create a circumstance where animal welfare is worse in the UK. We'll meet the outcomes
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Brexit Secretary Davis: EU opening bid was 100bn, we saw that on the front page of the Financial Times
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Brexit Secretary Davis: Cost of the leave the EU is about 30-40bn. It's very complex
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Brexit Secretary Davis: We know what the effective regulatory barriers are. When we started out we looked at doing a sector by sector negotiation but we're not doing that
Pakistan's High Commissioner to UK Syed Ibne Abbas directs consuls general to work for enhancing the bilateral trade between Pakistan and the United Kingdom, and adopt a more proactive approach in attracting the foreign investment to Pakistan
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May: "whilst Daesh (ISIS) is failing, they are not yet defeated. They still pose a threat to Iraq, including from over the Syrian border"
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Britons can change terms of Brexit to diverge from EU: pro-Brexit minister Gove
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British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson arrives in Iran to seek release of a British-Iranian woman, who was jailed in 2016 on sedition charges
Taoiseach says after today's Brexit deal, he believes the next stage in negotiations is leading UK towards alignment with the EU
Going forward, the UK has "got to understand that they are leaving something that we have all built, and there will be a price for that," Irish @FineGael MEP @brianhayesMEP tells
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Britain to pay £35-39bn in Brexit divorce deal: Downing Street
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Jeremy Corbyn says the Brexit deal agreed this morning "could have all been done 18 months ago," adds that he wants tariff-free trade relationship with EU after Brexit
Guy Verhofstadt: the European Parliament's resolution will also outline "a first framework of how the future relationship with the UK will be" and the EP's opinion on the transition Brexit
The European Parliament's Brexit co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt: "our recommendation to the European Council is now to go to phase two of the negotiations" - but the EP's resolution next week will outline five issues that need to be tackled before the UK's orderly withdrawal
26-year-old Mohammed Abdallah who was linked to the Manchester Arena bomber has been jailed for 10 years after being found guilty of being a member of Islamic State
Simon Coveney: The UK's commitment not to introduce new regulatory barriers after Brexit is something that the Irish government welcomes, and is something we hope will reassure Unionists
Simon Coveney: there is now a default/backstop position which ensures that an all-island economy can function, that north-south cooperation continues to function and that the Good Friday Agreement can continue to be implemented
Simon Coveney: We have an absolute guarantee from the British government that the re-emergence of a border in Ireland as an unintended consequence of Brexit will not happen