1. Hard Brexit could cause house prices to fall, Central Bank warns  TheJournal.ie
  2. Next British PM will face 'very serious reality check' on Brexit, Varadkar warns  Independent.ie
  3. Taoiseach urges businesses to engage with Brexit plans  RTE.ie
  4. EU TEMPERS FLARE: Ireland blasts Boris and Hunt over 'utterly disingenuous Brexit debate'  Express
  5. Grieve will try to block no-deal Brexit with Northern Ireland bill  Daily Mail
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The Central Bank warned that external events were the main risks facing the Irish economy.The Central Bank warned that external events were the main risks facing the Irish economy.

Hard Brexit could cause house prices to fall, Central Bank warns

IRISH deputy prime minister Simon Coveney has hit out at Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt over Brexit, insisting the Tory leadership contenders “should know better”. IRISH deputy prime minister Simon Coveney has hit out at Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt over Brexit, insisting the Tory leadership contenders “should know better”.

Ireland slams Boris and Hunt over 'utterly disingenuous' Brexit debate | UK | News | Express.co.uk

“Great event in Dover yesterday to support @BorisJohnson in his campaign to become the next leader of @conservatives #BackBoris”

Damian Collins on Twitter: "Great event in Dover yesterday to support @BorisJohnson in his campaign to become the next leader of @conservatives #BackBoris… https://t.co/7Jsq5cecCN"

“🚜 @BorisJohnson will deliver a cash boost of £160 million for Scottish farmers. Only Boris will ensure we leave the EU and the CAP on 31st October. Then we can address the injustices of the CAP and make sure that Scotland’s farmers get the support that they are owed @BackBoris”

Ross Thomson MP on Twitter: "🚜 @BorisJohnson will deliver a cash boost of £160 million for Scottish farmers. Only Boris will ensure we leave the EU and the CAP on 31st October. Then we can address the injustices of the CAP and make sure that Scotland’s farmers get the support that they are owed @BackBoris… https://t.co/gn14xU6azy"

“Whoever wins this leadership election, the @Conservatives will have to unite and take on Jeremy Corbyn. To do that, I hope you will support our efforts to protect the country from a hard-left Corbyn government. Donate here > https://t.co/o526ulEe4L”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "Whoever wins this leadership election, the @Conservatives will have to unite and take on Jeremy Corbyn. To do that, I hope you will support our efforts to protect the country from a hard-left Corbyn government. Donate here > https://t.co/o526ulEe4L… https://t.co/xUqtD7Dg8y"

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Ireland is exploring the idea of checking live animals and animal products from Britain as they arrive at ports on the whole island of Ireland if there is a no-deal Brexit, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday.Ireland is exploring the idea of checking live animals and animal products from ...

Ireland considering port checks on whole island in case of no-deal Brexit - Reuters

Former Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has appealed to the Irish government not to refer to the Republic of Ireland as "Ireland".Former Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has appealed to the Irish government not to refer to the Republic of Ireland as "Ireland".

The Republic is not 'Ireland', Gerry Adams tells Coveney - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

The Taoiseach has warned Irish businesses that trade with the UK, to be prepared for the prospect of a no deal Brexit and not to assume that "everything will be alright on the night".The Taoiseach has warned Irish businesses that trade with the UK, to be prepared for the prospect of a no deal Brexit and not to assume that "everything will be alright on the night".

Taoiseach urges businesses to engage with Brexit plans

The withdrawal agreement only sets the immediate terms of the UK’s exit from the EU. The future trading relationship would need to be negotiated once the UK has left.The withdrawal agreement only sets the immediate terms of the UK’s exit from the EU. The future trading relationship would need to be negotiated once the UK has left.

The withdrawal agreement is not a trade deal with the EU - Full Fact

THE next British Prime Minister is going to face a "very serious reality check" on Brexit, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned.THE next British Prime Minister is going to face a "very serious reality check" on Brexit, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has warned.

Next British PM will face 'very serious reality check' on Brexit, Varadkar warns - Independent.ie

President-in-waiting of the European Commission closes door on renegotiation of Irish backstopPresident-in-waiting of the European Commission closes door on renegotiation of Irish backstop

EU nudges Boris Johnson closer to no-deal Brexit | The Week UK