Nicola Sturgeon said she will take 'all possible steps and explore all options'

Scottish exit 'democratically unacceptable'

24 Jun Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said it is "democratically unacceptable" that Scotland would be taken out of the EU "against its will" and the option of a second referendum on independence is on the table.

What is the impact for Ireland of a Brexit?

Brexit: What does it mean for Ireland?

23 Jun Politically, socially and economically the decision of the UK to leave the European Union will have huge ramifications for Ireland, writes RTÉ Business Editor David Murphy.

Barack Obama said the US respects the decision of the people of the United Kingdom

Obama says UK relationship endures

24 Jun US President Barack Obama has said the US relationship with both Britain and the European Union would endure in the wake of British voters' decision to leave the EU.

Harry Crosbie claimed a gross injustice has been done to him

Crosbie loses appeal over €77m debt

24 Jun Businessman Harry Crosbie has lost an appeal over NAMA's efforts to recover a €77m debt under which his personal assets, including his family home, are at risk.

Eamon Devoy said the move will create a new, enlarged union

5,500 UCATT members to merge with TEEU

24 Jun 5,500 members of a British-based construction union are to join the Technical Engineering and Electrical Union, bringing the TEEU's membership to over 45,000.