Daniel Mulhall

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Irish Ambassador to the US Daniel Mulhall. Photograph: Department of Foreign Affairs

Brexit is likely to lead to a strengthening of the US-Irish bond and the emergence of Ireland as the main bridge between the US and Europe, the Irish (...)

Daniel Mulhall, Irish ambassador to Britain: he challenged Ms Phillips’s contention that Ireland’s nationhood is ‘tenuous’ by pointing to over 100 years of independence.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A column in a British newspaper which describes Ireland as having a “tenuous claim to nationhood” has provoked an angry reaction from the Irish ambass(...)

‘Daily Telegraph’ journalist Simon Heffer: suggested Ireland might be next to leave the EU.

Irish Ambassador to Britain Daniel Mulhall has criticised as “snide” an article in the Daily Telegraph suggesting Ireland might be next to leave the E(...)

Ray Dowling with former Irish goalkeeper Packie Bonner at a recent LIGN event.

I made the move to London just over a year ago to join Enterprise Ireland’s International Graduate programme. Enterprise Ireland (EI) have a formalise(...)

A survey of 200 senior UK business leaders found 59 per cent have begun contingency planning ahead of Brexit. Photograph: iStock

Three-quarters of UK-based companies have said they are considering Ireland as an alternative European “gateway” as the UK prepares to exit the union.(...)

The will of Joseph Mary Plunkett, in which he bequeaths his possessions to his future wife  Grace Gifford, which is held in the National Library.

Letters written by Proclamation signatory Éamonn Ceannt and by the wife of Joseph Mary Plunkett will be made public for the first time as part of Cul(...)

Dexys, with Kevin Rowland centre

The artists formerly known as Dexys Midnight Runners are back in the top 10 after a 34-year absence. Now trading under the snappier moniker of Dexys,(...)

George Russell (AE) Self Portrait, 1923: “AE was well ahead of his time as it is only in recent decades that an inclusive attitude to the past has prevailed. He also acknowledged the role of women in the Rising, but without the condescension of Yeats”

For this centenary year, I plan to post a series of blogs on aspects of the Easter Rising and its legacy. There are many approaches to the events o(...)

A panel discussion with Roy Foster, Louise Ryan, Maurice Walsh and Diarmaid Ferriter takes place at the London Irish Centre on September 2nd.

In his political memoir, Conduct Unbecoming, founder of the now defunct Progressive Democrats Des O’Malley churns out a familiar myth still prevalent (...)

Writer Edna O’Brien, in Sligo for  a   celebratory Nobel dinner   for   Yeats2015,  to  mark     the  150th anniversary of  the poet’s  birth. Photograph: James Connolly

For her last significant birthday the writer Edna O’Brien generated headlines stating “still hot at 80”, which arguably made her the ideal person to(...)

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