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© Reuters. Investing.com - The pound dropped on Monday following reports that Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will...
Letters to the Editor: 'Your capital has charm in spades – but it is dogged by one messy issue' Festive scene: Christmas lights on Grafton Street, Dublin. Picture: Arthur Carron. It was our first visit to Dublin and Ireland and at Christmas. In the scheme of things, it was not a good idea. But, first, the positives: People were incredibly warm and...
John Stones clearance defies logic as Liverpool miss out on goal by millimetres They don’t come much closer than this. Manchester City’s John Stones clears the ball off the line (Martin Rickett/PA) The destination of the Premier League title is often decided by fine margins, and John Stones’ clearance off the line against Liverpool might just be the dictionary definition. The Reds had...

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The untold story of how Canada and Carney helped Ireland through its darkest hours in the crash Bank of England governor Mark Carney, three of whose grandparents hailed from Mayo, has held Irish citizenship for almost three decades. Photo: Bloomberg A decade ago, at the height of the global crash, Ireland faced its biggest crisis since the foundation of the State....
Gardaí on alert as huge manhunt launched for partner of woman beaten to death in UK   June Jones pictured with Michael Foran. Photo: West Midlands Police/PA Gardaí have been put on alert as part of a full-scale manhunt to trace the partner of a woman found dead at her home in England. Murder detectives at West Midlands Police are leading the search...
‘Nobody will go hungry’: Varadkar’s warning on food supply Hard Brexit looms just as State coffers back in black for first time since crash The Taoiseach insisted preparations for a hard Brexit were being escalated. Photo: Gareth Chaney, Collins Taoiseach Leo Varadkar insists "nobody will go hungry" despite warnings about the availability of some foodstuffs following a hard Brexit. Mr Varadkar acknowledged Ireland...
Letters to the Editor: 'The taxing question – why is the State crippling businesses with a VAT hike?' Tough times: Small businesses barely survived the recession – this new hike could see them shed jobs The increased VAT rate for the hospitality and hairdressing sectors from 9pc to 13.5pc from January 1 will have an adverse effect on many small and...
Beyonce helps Louvre break visitor record A video of Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z, featuring the Mona Lisa and other artworks, has been viewed more than 146 million times on YouTube. Tourists use a selfie stick in front of the Louvre Pyramide in Paris (Remy de la Mauviniere/AP) The Louvre in Paris received a record 10.2 million visitors in 2018, boosted by...
Mark Keenan: 'Only certainty is more uncertainty as UK exit moves toward endgame'    Stock image 'Brexit affects the property market too," is the core message from this year's Irish Independent/REA annual house price forecast. But while discussions over Brexit have thus far broached fears for our farming sector, food imports, freedom of travel and medical supplies, little has been said about the...
© Reuters. A money changer counts Euro banknotes at a currency exchange office in Nice By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters)...

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