Protesters in York take part in a demonstration against prime minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament. Photograph: PA

Tens of thousands of demonstrators are taking to the streets across Britain and outside the gates of Downing Street this afternoon in protest against (...)

Shrewsbury Road: remarkable turnover of homes on the Dublin 4 road.

The recent sale of Paddy Kelly’s Shrewsbury Road home, Clonmore, marks the last of the property developers to depart Ireland’s top address. Since the (...)

The first official Dublin Monopoly game lands in shops today but the capital’s residential addresses have been wiped from the board in favour of touri(...)

Limerick cream jug, 1737-1740, €17,000 from Weldon’s

More than 100 dealers will bring the best of their stock to the South Court Hotel in Limerick for the National Art & Antique Fair on November 10th(...)

‘It’s an insurance policy of sorts...  I have to look after my family.’ Photograph: Getty Images

Britain could run out of food by this time next year if it cannot maintain the flow of goods after Brexit, that country’s National Farmers’ Union has (...)

CGI image of the proposed development of Walford as a luxury residence

A trust associated with businessman Dermot Desmond has sought planning permission to demolish Walford on Shrewsbury Road, the most expensive house eve(...)

The site at Chapelizod Hill Road, 6km west of Dublin city centre

With the housing crisis showing no sign of abating, there should be keen interest among developers in a ready-to-go site for 34 houses in Chapelizod, (...)

Ricky Tomlinson (77) is pressing the judge-led public inquiry into the undercover infiltration of political groups to launch a thorough investigation. Photograph: Jim Watson/Getty Images

Ricky Tomlinson, the actor who starred in the TV comedy The Royle Family, has called for a proper investigation into why police covertly monitored his(...)

Northern Ireland’s Conor McLaughlin: “Crewe, then Lewandowski? It’ll be a big difference won’t it? Mad.”

As footnotes go, perhaps only Conor McLaughlin, his family and the Northern Ireland manager of the time, Nigel Worthington, will have jotted down this(...)