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The Royal College Surgeons in Ireland’s new medical education building on York Street. The college is planning to create a new “university quarter” for the area

The Royal Colleges of Surgeons Ireland in (RCSI) is planning to create a “university quarter” facing St Stephen’s Green in Dublin as part of major exp(...)

Brexit Vlad

Voters are divided on the Government’s approach to Brexit, the Border issue and its future approach to the negotiations, the latest Irish Times/Ipsos (...)

Former diplomat Ray Bassett has told a meeting at Westminster that the Government and the EU should drop their demand for a backstop agreement on the Border ahead of next month’s European Union summit in Brussels. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former Irish diplomat Ray Bassett has told a meeting at Westminster that the Government and the EU should drop their demand for a backstop agreement o(...)

Bomb survivor Wendy Doherty whose mother, Colette, died, with her son Tiler at the 44th anniversary ceremony of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings on Talbot St. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Hundreds of documents relating to the alleged collusion of RUC officers with a loyalist terror gang in the 1970s have been handed over to the Police O(...)

Democratic Unionist Party MP Sammy Wilson: his comments are part of the DUP’s panic over Brexit. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty

Sammy Wilson, an MP and former Stormont finance minister, has accused Tánaiste Simon Coveney of being a “belligerent, interfering Brit-basher” us(...)

Sinn Féin Senator Niall Ó Donnghaile (left) with Liam Shannon, one of the so-called “Hooded Men”, outside Leinster House, Dublin, ahead of the hearing of the Sinn Féin private members’ Bill in the Seanad calling on the  Government to appeal a European Court of Human Rights judgment that the men’s treatment by UK authorities did not amount to torture. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The Government is being called on to appeal against a European court decision that found the so-called “Hooded Men” did not suffer torture. Speaking(...)

Lisa Chambers said agreeing to the proposal would weaken Ireland’s negotiating position. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Fianna Fáil will not support a ‘max fac plus delay’ customs arrangement for the Irish border after Britain leaves the European Union, according to the(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar during a press conference at Government Buildings in Dublin after HSE chief Tony O’Brien stepped down amid CervicalCheck controversy. Photograph: Lorraine O’ Sullivan /PA

As the CervicalCheck controversy and the referendum on the Eighth Amendment command most of the political attention in Leinster House and beyond, thos(...)

During a meeting with Conservative backbenchers on Monday, Theresa May is reported to have slapped down Jacob Rees-Mogg. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

In the House of Commons on Tuesday, Labour’s shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry teased Boris Johnson over his role in the cabinet’s split over (...)

US president Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the international nuclear deal with Iran and his threat to reimpose sanctions on firms doing business with the country have cast fresh doubt over Ireland’s trade with it. Photograph: Getty Images

More than €143 million worth of Irish exports to Iran are under threat from US president Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the international nucl(...)

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