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Just one in nine voters say Ireland should quit the EU, down from nearly three times that level five years ago, a new poll for the European Movement in Ireland has found. Photograph: Yves Herman

The number of those who believe Ireland should follow the United Kingdom out of the European Union has shown a sharp and continuing decline. Just one(...)

Boris Johnson who has attacked proposals for a customs partnership after Brexit as “crazy”. File photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA

Boris Johnson has attacked proposals for a customs partnership after Brexit as “crazy” in a major public intervention over the way forward in the exit(...)

Mark Mitchell of Gradireland said it was another big year for the awards with 117 submissions in the judged awards categories

Deloitte was the big winner at the Gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards ceremony in Dublin’s Mansion House, with the company winning best graduate (...)

Robert  Peston on ‘Peston on Sunday’. Photograph: ITV

TV presenter Robert Peston has suggested that Ireland has “undermined” British governments for at least the last century. In an interview with promi(...)

Russian police officers detain a protester during an unauthorised anti-Putin rally called by opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Saturday in Moscow. Photograph: Maxim Zmeyev/AFP/Getty Images

Police in Moscow arrested hundreds of demonstrators in a brutal crackdown on an opposition rally in the Russian capital on Saturday, two days before V(...)

Over a thousand economists have written to Donald Trump warning his “economic protectionism” and tough rhetoric on trade threatens to repeat the mista(...)

The disclosure comes as lawmakers and regulators around the world scrutinise the way that companies store and secure consumer data, after a string of security incidents

Twitter urged its more than 330 million users to change their passwords after a glitch caused some to be stored in readable text on its internal comp(...)

While debt levels have fallen, Irish households remain among the most indebted in the European Union. Photograph:  Getty Images/iStockphoto

Irish households are now officially wealthier than they were during the boom thanks to the rapid recovery in house prices. According to the Central B(...)

Supporters of the British Conservative Party react during the count at Wandsworth Town Hall after local government elections in London, Britain. Photograph: Henry Nicholls/Reuters

Britain’s two main parties emerged from local elections in England in a draw, with Labour making gains but failing to capture target councils from the(...)

 Lieut Cmdr Anthony Geraghty on board the LE William Butler Yeats in Dublin on Thursday. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Strong support for Ireland’s military engagement in humanitarian and peacekeeping operations was delivered at two separate events in Dublin. The Fine(...)

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