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 Duncan Laurence, representing The Netherlands, wins the 64th   Eurovision Song Contest in  Tel Aviv. Photograph: Michael Campanella/Getty Images

This is evidently what passes as The Bants in Israel; “Technically, this is our third date, and you know what happens on a third date…” Assi Azar says(...)

An anti-Brexit placard depicts British PM Theresa May: She  will meet 1922 Committee chairman Graham Brady after the second reading of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill  in the first week in June. Photograph: Toby Melville

Theresa May’s agreed statement with 1922 Committee chairman Graham Brady on Thursday confirmed that she will soon become the fourth successive Conserv(...)

 Belgium’s former King Albert II  and his wife Queen Paola   in Luxembourg. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

King Albert II, who abdicated from the Belgian throne six years ago, is to be fined €5,000 for every day that he refuses to undergo a DNA test to disp(...)

The value of goods exports in March was €11.8 billion, representing a 4 per cent increase on the same month in 2018.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Trade with the UK continued to improve in March, increasing by 12 per cent to €1.25 billion compared to the same month in 2018 despite ongoing Brexit (...)

If the British prime minister and Jeremy Corbyn, above, cannot agree on a common position, the government’s Plan B is to seek Labour’s engagement with a process of ‘definitive votes’. Photograph: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Theresa May’s announcement last night that she will introduce the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB) early next month comes despite no evidence of progre(...)

Labour’s Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer:  has said Labour could agree to a deal only if it included a confirmatory referendum. Photograph: Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images

Theresa May’s cabinet will consider on Tuesday whether to continue Brexit talks with Labour as a new poll spelt trouble for both main parties ahead of(...)

Participants  in the Darkness Into Light event in Clontarf. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

About 200,000 people across Ireland and the world took part in this year’s Darkness into Light event which raises awareness around suicide, self-harm (...)

Greenpeace: ‘We are heading towards climate breakdown . . . the Irish Government still have their heads firmly in the sand.’ File photograph: Getty

Eight EU countries, but not Ireland, are to push for increased commitments on climate action at the “future of Europe” summit in Romania on Thursday. (...)

Thomas Blood: “very well spoken and dangerously insinuating”, said one contemporary

It has long been customary, on both sides of the Irish Sea, not to speak ill of the dead. But when a Meath man called Thomas Blood expired in London b(...)

David Lidington said he hoped the Brexit deal could be ratified before British MEPs would have to take their seats in Strasbourg on July 2nd. Photograph: PA Wire

David Lidington’s admission that Britain will be unable to avoid taking part in this month’s European Parliament elections came as no surprise. But hi(...)

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