Peter Walker

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 Anna Soubr   criticised the lack of police response after chants of “Soubry is a Nazi” could clearly be heard during an interview with BBC News.  Photograph: Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images

The speaker of the British House of Commons, John Bercow, has urged police to do more to protect MPs outside parliament from abusive protesters after (...)

One Molesworth Street on the corner of Dawson Street and Molesworth Street. Photograph: Bryan Meade

The Irish subsidiary of a Canadian multinational bank, Toronto-Dominion Bank, will expand its Dublin presence having signed an agreement to let space (...)

Henry Bolton announcing his decision not to resign as Ukip leader in Folkestone on Monday. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Ukip leader Henry Bolton has refused to step down after the resignation of a number of senior party figures and a unanimous vote of no confidence in h(...)

“It was all so different before June’s election, when Jeremy  Corbyn was greeted with cheers from the Conservatives and a dark, mutinous hush from the benches behind him.” File photograph: PA Wire

Theresa May has had a bruising few weeks at prime minister’s questions (PMQs), as Jeremy Corbyn has hit relentlessly at her government’s weakest point(...)

Philip Lane: he has rejected criticism that the Central Bank  has been too cautious in its approach to firms relocating to Ireland due to Brexit. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

South Korean investment group Mirae Asset Financial Group has registered a Dublin subsidiary as it advances plans to set up a global trading centre in(...)

A wall in the Memorial Museum fronted by 2,983 square panels in different shades of blue representing shades of the sky. Photograph: Frank McDonald

Memories of 9/11 are still fresh in the minds of New Yorkers just 13 years after the catastrophe that befell the Twin Towers. Apart from close rela(...)

Survivors stay in their damaged house after typhoon Haiyan battered Tacloban city, central Philippines, over the weekend. Photograph: Reuters/Romeo Ranoco

The first shipments of emergency aid have begun arriving in storm-wrecked regions of the Philippines, with relief agencies warning the extent of th(...)