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Last week the UK’s Brexit minister, David Frost, told the House of Commons there should be a ‘significant change’. Photograph: PRU/AFP via Getty

The European Commission has paused legal proceedings against the United Kingdom over the implementation of the Northern Ireland protocol in the hope t(...)

Ian Marshall: warns tensions within unionism about checks and inspections on goods coming over the Irish Sea  need to be addressed. Photograph: Patrick Bolger/Bloomberg

The Northern Ireland protocol is “here to stay” and there is “no question” it promises benefits for trade and business, the latest recruit to the Ulst(...)

The United Kingdom has decided not to vaccinate younger teenagers,  whereas the United States has been administering jabs to over-12s for some time. Photograph: Fred Tanneau/ AFP via Getty Images

The State’s Covid-19 vaccination campaign will soon enter a new phase after the recommendation by the National Immunisation Advisory Committee (Niac) (...)

British prime minister Boris Johnson. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

British prime minister Boris Johnson has said people there should not get carried away by Covid-19 infection data showing a decline in daily case numb(...)

The Round Room in the Mansion House, site of a new exhibition to mark its 200th anniversary.

The Round Room of the Mansion House in Dublin is a monument to a round monarch. Now 200 years old and the site of a commemorative exhibition, it was b(...)

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte holds up a Covid-19 vaccine. Photograph: Ezra Acayan/Getty

Last month Rodrigo Duterte warned Filipino vaccine-dodgers that he would inject it “in your butt”. Neither the risks to efficacy nor the potential tor(...)

Aedifica, which is listed on Euronext Brussels, has over 510 sites worth more than €4bn

Belgian real estate investment trust Aedifica is investing €36.5 million in the acquisition of a care home and the construction of a new one in the gr(...)

Tong Ying-kit (24), who was found guilty of  inciting secession and terrorism. Photograph:  Isaac Lawrence/AFP via Getty Images

A Hong Kong man has been found guilty of terrorism and inciting secession in the city’s first trial under the national security law, signalling that c(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Greencore’s chief executive warned on Tuesday that the largest sandwich maker in the UK expects to see a spike in raw material and packaging costs aft(...)

Ciarán Cannon: the Galway East TD was knocked off his bike on a Friday evening at the start of the month

Last month the Fine Gael TD Ciarán Cannon took on the Herculean task of cycling 600km, from Mizen Head to Malin Head, in 24 hours, in aid of the (...)

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