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Ireland’s Ambassador to London, Dan Mulhall: says Irish officials are successfully “sensitising” EU governments to the difficulties Brexit creates for Ireland.  Photograph:  Malcolm McNally

Irish Ministers and officials are successfully “sensitising” other European Union governments to the special difficulties Brexit creates for the coun(...)

Prof Ronan Fanning: “A brilliant, teacher, researcher and writer.” Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Tributes have been paid to Ronan Fanning, professor emeritus of modern Irish history at UCD, who has died aged 75. He was the author of several book(...)

Queen Elizabeth in conversation wiht President Michael D Higgins during the State visit in 2014. Photograph: Getty Images

Last month’s murder of Arkadiusz Jozwik, a 40-year-old factory worker from Poland, in the Essex town of Harlow was just the most serious in a spate of(...)

Lt Tom Kettle, in an image from his book The Ways of War. The MP and academic  was one of the most high-profile Irish casualties of the  Battle of the Somme.

One hundred years to the day after he was killed at the Battle of Ginchy in France during the first World War, Lt Tom Kettle has been remembered in Du(...)

 Dan Mulhall: he said the open border had come about as a result of the peace process and Britain and Ireland’s shared EU membership

Any effort to control the free movement of people across the Border, or between Britain and Ireland, would be “very damaging”, Ireland’s Ambassador to(...)

Jack Hynes: “If things change dramatically for the UK, then they will change dramatically for me.”

Ireland’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom Dan Mulhall went to the Sandhurst military college in Surrey on Saturday to lay a wreath to remember the Ir(...)

Minister Dara Murphy: his was the fifth visit to Britain by Government Ministers in the last two weeks ahead of the referendum on June 23rd. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Dozens of Irish citizens and local residents gathered in the Haringey Cultural Centre in North London last night, as the Government stepped up its eff(...)

The audience at a debate last week organised by the London Irish Business Society

As the bingo cards and markers are put away in the early afternoon, chat in a Luton-Irish forum turns to Brexit. Richard Coogan, originally from How(...)

Ireland’s most important relationship is with the UK and relations between senior politicians and civil servants, say people on both sides, have never been better. Photograph: PA

After Enda Kenny was re-elected as Taoiseach, British prime minister David Cameron phoned him. The two men have a warm relationship, and Cameron’s con(...)

A few years back I took a call from the Foleys, an Irish family in north London. Little did I know then that it would lead to an exciting new resource(...)

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