Taking the train: six stories from the Belfast to Dublin line The first morning Enterprise leaves Belfast at 6.45am and arrives at 9am in Connolly Station in Dublin

We asked regular passengers on the Enterprise commuter rail service just why they prefer to take the train

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National map of phone coverage ‘blackspots’ to be published A ComReg spokesman said its online map will allow phone users to check expected mobile phone coverage of different operators at all locations throughout the country. File photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Previous plan to have local authorities map coverage scrapped over lack of response

Bangladesh says it will bar Shamima Begum from entering country ITV News security editor Rohit Kachroo shows Shamima Begum a copy of the home office letter revoking her British citizenship in a refugee camp in Syria. Photograph:  ITV News/PA Wire

London woman who joined Isis in Syria ‘a bit shocked’ at being stripped of UK citizenship

How Irish companies can stay competitive whatever happens with Brexit The labour market is constantly reshaping and a bad Brexit would accelerate the shift away from agriculture to ICT, finance and medtech services. Photograph: iStock

Sigmar Recruitment co-founder Frank Farrelly on avoiding the economic shocks ahead

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