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Mayor of London Boris Johnson during a Vote Leave campaign event at the Europa Worldwide freight company in Dartford, Kent. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

On the 31st floor of the Walkie-Talkie building on Fenchurch Street, with its spectacular uninterrupted views across the City of London and along the (...)

The anger at the mainstream press peaked last week when Buckingham Palace made a complaint to the press watchdog over claims in a front page story by ‘the Sun’ that the queen had expressed Eurosceptic views during a lunch in 2011. Photograph:  Andy Rain/EPA

In between the many battles lines drawn in the run-up to the referendum on Britain staying or leaving the European Union – among them immigration, tra(...)

Elaine Stenson (33): “People seem to be more more optimistic now than they were when I left”

As soon as the crash happened, emigration reared its ugly head. Young and not so young people faced with few job opportunities felt they had little op(...)

A spokesman for Minister for Health Leo Varadkar noted the Minister had written to Minister for Finance Michael Noonan in 2015 seeking to have a sugar tax included in the budget. Photograph: Getty Images

A decision to impose a tax on sugary drinks would be a matter for the incoming government, said Minister for Health Leo Varadkar following a decision (...)

The Tesla Model S parked in Clontarf for the electric car company’s awareness events for its UK operation

Dublin car fans may have been surprised by the sudden surge in Tesla sales of late, if they were to judge by the number on the roads of the leafy lane(...)

Conservative MP for Lewes in East Sussex Maria Caulfield, the daughter of Irish immigrants to the UK,  believes the UK should operate an immigration system where migrants are assessed for entry on what skills they have in order to fill job shortages.

In a similar way to Australia, Conservative MP Maria Caulfield believes the UK should operate an immigration system where migrants are assessed for en(...)

An internet rumour once suggested that a Google search for “swivel-eyed loon” took the user straight to the UK Independence party (Ukip) website. The origins of this rather British political label are hard to pin down.  File photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

The nickname Tory, usually associated with the UK’s Conservative party, first appeared, by some accounts, in 1566 in Ireland, and originally meant an (...)

Matt LeBlanc (left) and rally driver Ken Block (right) during filming of BBC Top Gear in Westminster, London. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Chris Evans has apologised “unreservedly” after scenes for the new Top Gear series were filmed near the Cenotaph war memorial in central London. Host(...)

Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh with her invention Sugru, a mouldable glue. Photograph: Andrew Testa/the New York Times

It can fix a broken statue, repair a frayed iPhone cable, add a rubbery grip to a kitchen knife, make those Bose earbuds fit better, repair a leaky bo(...)

Telefonica UK chief executive Ronan Dunne, who moved to the UK from Ireland in 1987, recently  signed a letter published in the Times  which said leaving the EU would deter investment, threaten jobs and put the UK economy at risk. Photograph: Dave Meehan.

Ronan Dunne joined the heads of some of Britain’s biggest companies in signing a letter in support of the UK staying in the European Union, but does n(...)

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