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Team Ireland during last year’s Quidditch World Cup in Germany.

“Harry mounted his broomstick and kicked off from the ground. What a feeling – he swooped in and out of the goalposts and then sped up and down the pi(...)

Alun Wyn Jones and Leigh Halfpenny celebrate after victory for the Lions in the third Test against Australia in Sydney in 2013. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images

Warren Gatland’s Lions have a chance to win a Test series when they face New Zealand in the third and final match at Eden Park on Saturday. Only the t(...)

Steven Caulker tackles Fernando Torres during Cardiff City’s 2013/14 top flight campaign. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty

Steven Caulker has a tale to tell and, as hard as it is to hear, it is best simply to listen. His stream of consciousness veers from scoring on his En(...)

Jacobs has won contracts from multinationals such as Bristol Myers Squib and Pfizer.

A pension shortfall left the Irish arm of engineering giant Jacobs with a €2 million loss in its last financial year, but its accounts show that its b(...)

The Liberal Democrats’ gains in London and Scotland were tempered by notable losses, including former leader Nick Clegg. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA Wire

A failed gamble, a hung parliament, a lost Conservative majority, a surge in Labour support, a boost of confidence for a divisive leader, Ulster union(...)

A screengrab making the offer of a free print, taken from the Banksy website.

Secretive street artist Banksy could be flirting with electoral law after apparently offering free prints to people who vote against the Conservative(...)

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn pushes Isabella (right) and Freddie during a visit to Oxford on Thursday. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images)

The Conservatives are cruising to a landslide victory in local voting in the UK on Friday, in a foretaste of a potential victory in the June 8th gener(...)

A runner in the Belfast City Marathon. Photograph: Kelvin Boyes/Inpho

For one day only, the city of Belfast became a city of runners. At the start line in front of the City Hall, in the green spaces around it, and in th(...)

Britain’s trade minister Liam Fox: his keenness for a trade deal with India, if it were to hinge on freer migration, would not be shared by his voters. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA

There is a certain kind of Briton, often educated to the hilt, who believes that sick Americans are left to writhe around on hospital floors until the(...)

The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, told the BBC that correcting rogue apostrophes is his speciality. Photograph: BBC video

A self-confessed “grammar vigilante” has been secretly correcting bad punctuation on street signs and shop fronts in Bristol for more than a decade. (...)

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