DUP MP Ian Paisley made an emotional apology to the House of Commons for failing to disclose two paid family holidays to Sri Lanka. Video: Parliamentlive.tv
Boris Johnson used his resignation speech in the House of Commons to urge the British prime minister to change tack on Brexit. Video: Parliament TV
Labour has launched a petition calling for a Citizens' Assembly on religious control of education.
Sinn Féin has decided that it will run a presidential candidate against Michael D Higgins meaning a vote will now definitely take place in the autumn.
There was a standing ovation in the Seanad as the upper house voted in support of a Bill banning the importation to Ireland of Israeli goods produced in Palestine. Video: Oireachtas TV
UK International development secretary Penny Mourdant, became the first minister to use sign language in the House of Commons when discussing an upcoming conference on disability in London. Video: Parliament TV
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that he "profoundly regrets" if anyone thinks he does not respect the media after comments he made at a private lunch in New York. Video: Oireachtas TV
Labour TD Alan Kelly has alleged in the Dáil that large breweries are offering publicans incentives not to stock the beers and ciders of smaller competitors on tap in their premises. Video: Oireachtas TV
An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has welcomed a late-night breakthrough in talks between the EU member states on a compromise package of migration reforms. Video: EU Council
The IMF chief Christine Lagarde was in Dublin on a two-day summit and advised the government to have "rainy day funds" to resist potential shocks.
US President Trump praised child immigrant detention facilities where children have been separated from their parents as "the nicest people have seen."
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, addresses the joint houses of the Oireachtas. Video: Oireachtas TV
President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has said that Ireland has to be part of an Brexit deal.
Taoiseach issues formal apology to men criminalised prior to legal change in 1993 for their sexual orientation. Video: Oireachtas TV
US President Donald Trump said on Monday the United States would not be a "migrant camp," as he blamed Democrats for not coming to the table to negotiate immigration legislation. Video: The White House
The UK's upper chamber started a debate on June 18 over the final wording of the legislation for Brexit. One peer was heard heckling the words, "You are an idiot" as Conservative Lord Robathan accused Viscount Hailsham of sabotaging Brexit.
In her first ardfheis as party leader Mary Lou McDonald told Sinn Féin delegates that they are "already a party of government."
TD Imelda Munster and Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, clash in the Dail over rickshaw regulation in Dublin. Video: Oireachtas TV
US president Donald Trump briefed press that he played Kim Jong-un a trailer for a fictional movie at the end of their summit, using it to highlight the potential of their new relationship. Video: Destiny Productions
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday (June 12) the United States will not hold war games with South Korea while North Korea negotiates in good faith on denuclearisation.
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