The Times of Ireland and The Irish Times have had the best coverage of the EU’s Brexit negotiations, according to the research.
They are both well known in Ireland, and both newspapers have consistently covered the talks.
The Times has also published a regular column by Ireland’s prime minister, Enda Kenny, on the Brexit negotiations and its impact on the country.
“We are a news-gathering paper, a newspaper that has been a loyal defender of Irish independence,” the Times quoted Kenny as saying in the piece.
“And this is not just because it is in Ireland.
It is because it has done a fantastic job of covering our affairs for the last five years.”
Both papers have also featured the views of prominent politicians on Brexit.
For instance, the Irish Times featured the comments of former prime minister Enda Cáté on Brexit and Brexit talks.
Both papers also feature opinion pieces on Brexit by the president of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz.
“These are not the only outlets that have covered Brexit.
It would be easy to put together a list of other Irish publications that are not only well-respected in Ireland but also in the world, but that are well respected in Ireland and the world as well,” said Professor James O’Connor, an expert in political journalism at the University of Limerick.
O’Connor said that the Times is a “strong and consistent supporter of the Republic of Ireland”.
“The Times has published articles by prominent Irish politicians and commentators on Brexit for the past five years.
It also regularly covers the European Union negotiations, and its position on them.
This is something that the Irish government has been very keen to highlight in the UK.”
O’Connors research shows that the two Irish newspapers have been consistently on the front line of Brexit coverage.
He said that he is particularly interested in what Irish politicians have said about the negotiations.
“Irish politicians have been very vocal about what they see as the challenges that Brexit presents to Ireland, as well as the issues it raises for the Republic,” O’Connell said.
“This is an area where Irish politics has not really been able to speak for itself.”
He added that “the Times has not been able quite to provide the same level of coverage in Ireland”.