Claudio Ranieri was sacked in February less than a year  after leading Leicester City to an unlikely Premier League title. ‘The majority of Leicester fans backed the decision.’ Photograph: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images

Let’s talk of graves, of worms, and epitaphs. – Richard II Now the end is near, we can say it would have been better had Shakespeare given this lin(...)

‘Studies  show we often confuse being angry with actually doing something. We think, “I took a stand on Twitter,” and then we move on,’ says Brant Hansen, author of Unoffendable. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Are people more prone to taking offence these days? Even asking that question has the potential to cause offence. “Oh, here we go again,” you may thi(...)

 Huge crowds celebrate Leicester City’s Premier League win in the city on Monday. Photograph:  Alex Pantling/Getty Images

More than 100,000 fans have saluted Leicester’s title-winning footballers amid “unbelievable” scenes during an open-top bus tour celebrating their Pre(...)

The Baptism of St Patrick: Harry Clarke’s stained-glass art is deeply questioning. St Patrick is haggard and weary; the image seems to invite us to wonder about his anxiety and about what would come after him

A room in the Bapst Art Library at Boston College has a rather extraordinary double stained glass window. Boston College is a Jesuit institution, and (...)

A print of a watercolour by an unknown Victorian artist of flooding in the Shannon

A rare 19th century book containing images of flooding on the river Shannon was among the highlights in the Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers sale in the Clyd(...)

Richard Moat:  dashed from Belfast  to Dublin

Eircom chief executive Richard Moat dashed from Belfast down to Dublin on Monday morning for the UCD Smurfit Business Journalist Awards, which it spon(...)

Dromana House on the banks of the Blackwater in Waterford. Photographs: Bill Flynn

To wander into the kitchen at Dromana House is to understand immediately why one family has remained here for more than 800 years. The annivers(...)

Bishop of Leicester Tim Stevens (third left) and mayor Peter Soulsby (third right) react during a news conference at Leicester Cathedral after a decision of the Judicial Review permitting King Richard lll to be buried at the Cathedral in Leicester. Photograph: Reuters

England’s King Richard III, whose body was remarkably discovered under a municipal car park, will be reburied near to where he was slain in battle 500(...)