30 July 2021
The leaders of Ireland, the Scottish devolved government and the European Union have expressed anger as Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would press ahead with a bill that overrides part of Britain's EU withdrawal agreement
10 month ago
Former PM Theresa May asks Brandon Lewis how the UK government "can reassure future international partners" that it'll respect agreements it enters into She says the UK government is "now changing" how the NI protocol operates after singing up to it with the EU
The head of the UK's government legal department has quit over suggestions that Boris Johnson is trying to row back on parts of last year's Brexit deal relating to Northern Ireland.
PM sets a hard deadline of 15th Oct for a deal and suggests there's no point in negotiating beyond then - Statement10 month ago
PM sets a hard deadline of 15th Oct for a deal and suggests there's no point in negotiating beyond then - Statement
10 month ago
UK planning legislation to override key parts of brexit withdrawal treaty and Northern Ireland protocol
10 month ago
Brexit: Sources suggest Govt looking to rewrite NI protocol. Would use domestic legislation to override deal signed by PM last year.
11 month ago
Irish journalist denied visa in Hong Kong amid national security law concerns - CNN
STATEMENT from Irish government on ⁦@PhilHoganEU⁩ "we believe that it is the correct course of action given the circumstances of the past week"
StormEllen really starting to batter Cork, Ireland now. Ellen looks like something you'd see in one of videos @iCyclone11 month ago
#StormEllen really starting to batter Cork, Ireland now. Ellen looks like something you'd see in one of videos @iCyclone
Winds really strengthening at Cobh, southern coast of Republic of Ireland at the moment. StormEllen is on the way. storm11 month ago
Winds really strengthening at Cobh, southern coast of Republic of Ireland at the moment. StormEllen is on the way. storm
90KMH gusts of wind battering the south coast of Ireland at Crosshaven.
High tides and heavy rain having an impact in Waterville ⁦11 month ago
High tides and heavy rain having an impact in Waterville ⁦
Irish prime minister Micheal Martin says the Irish government will introduce new restrictions on counties of Kildare, Laois and Offaly following the rise in COVID19 cases
5 people have died with COVID19. 69 new cases confirmed.
11 month ago
Police have been attacked with petrol bombs in the Skeoge Road area of Derry
11 month ago
Police attacked with petrol bombs during security alert:
Petrol bombs thrown at police during security alert, Derry/Londonderry11 month ago
Petrol bombs thrown at police during security alert, Derry/Londonderry
40 new cases of Covid19 confirmed in the Republic of Ireland today. No new deaths have been reported.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin says that face coverings should be worn by all customers in shops across the country
European court annuls EU order that Apple repay Ireland 13 billion euros ($15 billion) in back taxes
27 year-old Derry man arrested in connection with the murder of journalist Lyra McKee. She was shot dead during rioting in April last year
Phil Hogan, Ireland's EU commissioner, has withdrawn from the contest to be the next WTO director-general
Micheál Martin to be elected today as Ireland's PM.
Free school meals WILL be provided to the 97,000 eligible kids in NI this summer.
Canada has lost it's bid for a UN Security Council seat. Norway takes 130 votes. Ireland takes 128 votes. Canada came in at 108 votes. Didn't need to go to subsequent rounds
Wings wave as the An-225 left Shannon this morning
Ireland to accelerate plan to ease lockdown restrictions in coming days: PM
Police investigating dissident republican activity say four men were arrested in Derry yesterday
1 year ago
Continuity IRA staging some kind of armed "patrol" in rural Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. It's close to where a bomb exploded last year in August
Dublin's Mater Hospital - one of Ireland's biggest & busiest - only reporting 244 cases of Covid19, some dating back to March. Legal requirement to disclose
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