1. Govt 'significantly escalating' no-deal plans - Creed  RTE.ie
  2. Brexit Q&A: The backstop vs a Northen Ireland backstop  Irish Examiner
  3. Arlene Foster warns Northern Ireland-only backstop 'would be anti-democratic'  BreakingNews.ie
  4. A Northern Ireland-only backstop: what is it and will anyone go for it?  The Guardian
  5. ‘Positive’ Brexit meeting but no breakthrough  Irish Examiner
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Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has told opposition parties this evening that Ireland and the European Commission have not yet finalised what form of checks there would be in the event of a disorderly Brexit.Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney has told opposition parties this evening that Ireland and the European Commission have not yet finalised what form of checks there would be in the event of a disorderly Brexit.

No-deal Brexit checks not yet finalised - Coveney

“Corbyn’s #SurrenderBill would mean more pointless brexit delay at the extra cost of £250m a week - that's enough to train 5,000 new nurses. Instead of giving our money to Brussels, we should be spending it on our priorities, like the NHS. #LeaveOct31st https://t.co/gF9FQS99pY”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "Corbyn’s #SurrenderBill would mean more pointless brexit delay at the extra cost of £250m a week - that's enough to train 5,000 new nurses. Instead of giving our money to Brussels, we should be spending it on our priorities, like the NHS. #LeaveOct31st… https://t.co/V8lZnwU8kX"

“Today I visited @PimlicoPrimary. We’re investing £14 billion in primary and secondary schools to make sure every child gets the chance to shine.”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "Today I visited @PimlicoPrimary. We’re investing £14 billion in primary and secondary schools to make sure every child gets the chance to shine.… https://t.co/U15Or8kVME"

“No10 says @BorisJohnson will 'sabotage' the @hilarybennmp Act, crafted and supported by people he refers to as 'surrender' merchants, running up the 'white flag'. The politics of the SOE.”

Alastair Stewart on Twitter: "No10 says @BorisJohnson will 'sabotage' the @hilarybennmp Act, crafted and supported by people he refers to as 'surrender' merchants, running up the 'white flag'. The politics of the SOE."

“Mr Williamson says it’s “not acceptable to be hiving off parts of UK” in any Brexit Deal when he is asked by @TomSwarbrick1 whether the Northern Ireland backstop is an idea the PM is prepared to resurrect.”

Theo Usherwood on Twitter: "Mr Williamson says it’s “not acceptable to be hiving off parts of UK” in any Brexit Deal when he is asked by @TomSwarbrick1 whether the Northern Ireland backstop is an idea the PM is prepared to resurrect."

BRUSSELS — In announcing Monday that he hopes to break the Brexit deadlock by next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to solve in a matter of weeks a puzzle that has troubled European and British specialists for more than two years. Before negotiations on Britain’s departure from the European Union even began in […]

Irish border riddle still confounds the Brexit experts

Britain is not seeking to negotiate a Northern Ireland-only backstop arrangement, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Tuesday, damping down expectations that the leader may turn to a previously-discarded idea to solve a Brexit impasse.Britain is not seeking to negotiate a Northern Ireland-only backstop arrangement...

Britain is not seeking Northern Ireland-only backstop - PM Johnson's spokesman - Reuters

Brexit has profoundly altered the political landscape in the United Kingdom. But the decision of Her Majesty's subjects to leave the European Union has also changed the English language. Brexit has profoundly altered the political landscape in the United Kingdom. But the decision of Her Majesty's subjects to leave the European Union has also changed the English language.

Eye on France: The terrible truth about Bob, Brino and Boris - France - RFI

Austin Hughes: The economist says consumers are panicked Brexit has blown the self belief of clients as households distress about Brexit and the impact it's

Consumer confidence plunges due to fears of 100,000 job losses from crash-out Brexit

The Brexit law that received royal assent on Monday is at the centre of a constitutional stand-off with enormous implications for Britain. The Brexit law that received royal assent on Monday is at the centre of a constitutional stand-off with enormous implications for Britain.

´Surrender´?: The law aimed at blocking no-deal Brexit | World | thenews.com.pk |

BRITAIN-EU/NIRELAND (URGENT):Britain is not seeking N. Ireland-only backstop - PM Johnson's spokesmanBRITAIN-EU/NIRELAND (URGENT):Britain is not seeking N. Ireland-only backstop - PM Johnson's spokesman

Britain is not seeking N. Ireland-only backstop - PM ...

The argument was made by a lawyer acting for the Home Secretary after Northern Ireland woman Emma DeSouza won her case that she is an Irish citizen.The argument was made by a lawyer acting for the Home Secretary after Northern Ireland woman Emma DeSouza won her case that she is an Irish citizen.

People born in Northern Ireland are legally British, residency hearing told | Rhyl Journal

With few options left to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to achieve his goal of taking Britain out of the EU on Oct. 31, officials in Brussels say that he may need to go back to the idea of a so-called Northern Ireland-only backstop to get a Brexit deal done. The contentious backstop - an insurance policyWith few options left to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to achieve his goal of taking Britain out of the EU on Oct. 31, officials in Brussels say that he may need to go back to the idea of a so-called Northern Ireland-only backstop to get a Brexit deal done. The contentious backstop - an insurance policy

EXPLAINER-Focus back on N.Ireland-only backstop as Johnson's options narrow

Johnson is pressing for the backstop to be removed from the withdrawal agreement, and the issue of the Irish border resolved with "alternative arrangements" after Britain leaves the EU.Johnson is pressing for the backstop to be removed from the withdrawal agreement, and the issue of the Irish border resolved with "alternative arrangements" after Britain leaves the EU.

New Tory plans are worrying businesses in Ireland.

Irish businesses “need assurance” on Northern Ireland Brexit backstop, says business group - Scram News

People born in Northern Ireland remain British citizens according to the law even if they identify as Irish, a court has heard.People born in Northern Ireland remain British citizens according to the law even if they identify as Irish, a court has heard.

People born in Northern Ireland are legally British, court told - The Irish News

A cross-party group is seeking a way out of the Brexit "nightmare" by working together on a deal that can secure a majority in Parliament.A cross-party group is seeking a way out of the Brexit "nightmare" by working together on a deal that can secure a majority in Parliament.

Brexit ‘nightmare' rouses new group of lawmakers in search of a deal

Australia has long been a cornerstone of the Irish diaspora   By Billy Cantwell   The Irish government is working on a new policy for the diaspora as the country seeks to expand and improve its global footprint and

Diaspora’s future as seen from Down Under | News & Views | Irish Echo

New EU Commissioner for Trade Phil Hogan is voicing his support for a Northern Ireland only backstop. The potential for the measure is back in the spotlight as a mechanism to break the Brexit impasse.New EU Commissioner for Trade Phil Hogan is voicing his support for a Northern Ireland only backstop. The potential for the measure is back in the spotlight as a mechanism to break the Brexit impasse.

New EU Trade Commission Supports Northern Ireland-Only Backstop. | Kfm Radio

AS BORIS Johnson returns from Dublin in a last-ditch bid to secure a deal over the Irish border, pubgoers are sceptical about his efforts.AS BORIS Johnson returns from Dublin in a last-ditch bid to secure a deal over the Irish border, pubgoers are sceptical about his efforts.

The Irish border: all the craic from Molly Malone’s | The Argus