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The Taoiseach was also critical of what he labelled a “unilateral strain” within the British Government.
The special programme starring the royal couple is due to be aired on June 2.
LIFEBOAT crews rushed to help the medical evacuation of a patient from Green Island.
YORK City have sealed a return to the National League after a five-season absence from the fifth-tier of English football.
If you found the COVID pandemic affected you differently to your friends, it could be down to your DNA.
It's second time lucky for Boeing as they successfully launch their space capsule and dock it at the International Space Station.
The First Minister said she had been experiencing ‘mild symptoms’ on Friday evening.
The Metropolitan Police investigation - costing almost half a million pounds - has concluded. Johnson hasn’t been served any more fines - beyond the £50 slap on the wrist he had in April for attending his own birthday bash, on the same day as visiting this primary school. So it’s a victory for the Prime Minister, but what does the investigation outcome mean for his future?
JOHN Studholme (The Cumberland News, letters, May 13) states that ‘people are not happy (with Brexit)’ on the basis of a very small survey.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on Saturday that he was disappointed in China's efforts to develop areas in the East China Sea, saying that it was "unacceptable." Speaking to reporters in the western city of Kyoto, he said that the government had lodged a complaint against China via diplomatic channels. The Japanese foreign ministry released a statement on Friday confirming an increase in Chinese efforts to develop natural resources in the East China Sea, including in areas that are west of the midpoint between Japan and China.
QPR are hosting the Grenfell Memorial Cup to remember the blaze’s 72 victims.
No 10 said it was still considering how a ‘specific offence’ could be introduced to deal with wolf-whistling and catcalling.
Three people were taken to hospital when a section of the stands for spectators watching Trooping the Colour collapsed on Saturday.
EasyJet has responded to calls from customers and airport bosses to offer a new destination from Southend.
Clinical trials show that curcumin, present in the spice, may help fight osteoarthritis and other diseases, but there’s a catch – bioavailability, or how to get it into the blood
An Iraqi court has postponed the trial of two European tourists charged with antiquities smuggling after their lawyers argued more information was needed about the ancient shards found in their possession
‘The Underground Railroad’ author joked he would dedicate his speaking time to a discussion of Critical Race Theory as he kicked off the inaugural event in New Mexico
The Alliance Party leader said that Northern Ireland ‘is a useful lever’ for the Conservative Party, but that this was ‘damaging’ devolution.
Pressure is growing on Number 10 to explain a meeting between Sue Gray and Boris Johnson as it emerged an unnamed Downing Street official suggested the pair get together. Opposition MPs have demanded more details about the event, which took place some weeks ago and was made public last night by Sky News. Downing Street sources issued a statement which said the meeting had not been ordered by the PM personally.
Cinema is a place where directors run wild with their imagination, transporting spectators to different dimensions. But it's often an occasion to magnify everyday life and all its facets. This means dealing with death and bereavement, sensitive topics treated differently by two of the key films screened at Cannes on Friday. For two hours, the sound of bombs and rockets form the soundtrack to "Mariupolis 2", an unfinished documentary by Mantas Kvedaravicius.A tragedy within a tragedy, it was film