Paul Laverty

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Kris Hitchen and Katie Proctor in Sorry We Missed You

Over the last 50 years, as the faces in cabinet shifted and the slogans at party conferences mutated, Ken Loach has continued to tease out the various(...)

We can safely assume that Ken Loach wouldn’t like to be thought of as any sort of institution. For more than 50 years, he’s been poking the British es(...)

Got change left over from your latte? Put it into a jar. Photograph: iStock

It’s like anything. If you have money, it’s easy to save. If you don’t – or don’t have a lot – it’s much more difficult. We’re not talking about ways (...)

Irish investors who currently hold foreign listed products will still be able to hold or sell these investments, but won’t be able to purchase more for the time being. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The introduction of new European wide regulations on Monday aimed at making investment products more consumer friendly will see Irish investors tempor(...)

The show suggests that dancing really is Gralton’s cure for everything

At an early point in this handsome, lively and sonorous stage adaptation of Ken Loach’s recent film, one character relates an anecdote that is nowhere(...)

Jimmy’s Hall is a theatrical adaption of the screenplay written by Paul Laverty for the 2014 Ken Loach film.

The Abbey Theatre will stage its first ever premiere outside Dublin when it hosts Jimmy’s Hall in Co Leitrim. The play about Jimmy Gralton, the only(...)

A scene from The Olive Tree: Spain, before the financial crisis, was ‘not unlike Ireland, building more houses. There was a madness about it, and a radical change in society’

The Santander complex outside Madrid houses the headquarters of the eurozone’s largest bank and a landscaped garden neatly dotted by imported, thousan(...)

Rage against the machine: Hayley Squires and Dave Johns in I, Daniel Blake

“My name’s John Ford. I make Westerns.” Thus one of the great directors (slightly disingenuously) summed up his career. Here is the latest film from (...)

A policeman sacked after being investigated for allegedly spying on a woman in a tanning salon has lost a High Court challenge to his dismissal.

A policeman sacked after being investigated for allegedly spying on a woman in a tanning salon has lost a High Court challenge to his dismissal. Paul (...)

PSNI misconduct proceedings were brought against Paul Laverty - who is understood to live in the Irish Republic - for allegedly failing to report a criminal investigation.

A PSNI officer sacked after being investigated for allegedly spying on a woman in a tanning salon has won legal permission to challenge his dismissal.(...)

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