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Monday, 24 April 2017

Some Muslims don't integrate well and language can be a barrier

Some Muslims don't integrate well and language can be a barrier
- "People are generally very accepting here," he says. "I think if you asked most Muslims living in Ireland, they would say there's a greater tolerance in ...

The story of Ireland from 1916 to 2015 told through the faces of its people

The story of Ireland from 1916 to 2015 told through the faces of its people
- A NEW PHOTO exhibition will showcase one hundred images of people with a connection to Ireland who were born since 1916.
Portrait of a Century by Kim Haughton is being presented in its entirety for the first time at the National Museum of Ireland at Collins Barracks in Dublin.


Brexit countdown: we are ready for risks and challenges Ireland faces

Brexit countdown: we are ready for risks and challenges Ireland faces
Ireland has been preparing for Brexit for a long time. Well before the UK referendum last June, contingency planning was under way across ...

May has left Ireland with volatility and the prospect of a nearer hard Brexit

May has left Ireland with volatility and the prospect of a nearer hard Brexit
- Politics is about decisions, and when you decide, you must divide. British prime minister Theresa May last week decided to call a snap election more ...

Betting on Brexit: Can an election silence the Remainers for good?

Betting on Brexit: Can an election silence the Remainers for good?
- Indeed, given opposition of most key party leaders in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to May's Brexit vision, the forthcoming exit negotiations ...

Will Brexit reopen old wounds with a new hard border in Northern Ireland?

Will Brexit reopen old wounds with a new hard border in Northern Ireland?
- The motorway from Dublin to Belfast crosses the Irish border just south of the town of Newry. The only clue that you have moved from one country and ...

May's June jump could smooth the path towards a softer Brexit

May's June jump could smooth the path towards a softer Brexit
- this simple narrative, the consequent wipeout of the Labour Party in June brings the country even closer to a hard Brexit that will be bad for Ireland.

May could be persuaded to stay in Customs Union

May could be persuaded to stay in Customs Union
Ireland's EU Commissioner Phil Hogan has said he believes the British ... Union in her letter triggering Article 50 to commence the Brexit process.