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Orla Donagher: ‘There are number of third-level institutions which run a Master’s in Professional Education’

2018 is Bliain na Gaeilge. It is a year in which the Irish language will be celebrated across the country and beyond. Recent years have seen an increa(...)

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney: ‘In truth, there is no way we are going to have a detailed free trade agreement negotiated before Britain leaves the European Union’. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The temporary transition period starting after Britain leaves the European Union in just over a year’s time may have to be extended beyond the end of (...)

BRE Global also has plans to create a new test laboratory in Dublin this year which will employ 15 to 20 local engineers, scientists and technicians to test a range of construction and fire-protection products

UK construction certification company BRE Global is to open a new office in Dublin for its CE marking activities in a move that will create up to 20 j(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is interviewed by Evan Smith, CEO of Texas Tribune at the SXSW festival in Austin Texas. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has dismissed claims that people crossing the Irish border would have to pre-register after Brexit. Speaking from the US, whe(...)

The leaders of the two main political parties in Northern Ireland have not received an invitation to the annual event, which takes place in the East Room of the White House on Thursday evening. Photograph:  Yui Mok/PA Wire

Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald and DUP leader Arlene Foster have not been invited to the White House St Patrick’s Day reception, but Gerry Adam(...)

Italy’s Five Star Movement founder Beppe Grillo with party leader Luigi Di Maio in Rome ahead of elections where they took a 32 per cent share of the vote. Photograph:  Tony Gentile/Reuters

Last Monday Matteo Renzi, Italy’s former prime minister, announced, as results of the general election still rolled in, that he is resigning as leader(...)

Janos Lazar, Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban’s chief of staff: of Vienna he said “white Christian Austrians have moved out . . . and immigrants have taken control”.  Photograph:  Bernadett Szabo

A chief aide to Hungary’s populist prime minister Viktor Orban has rejected criticism of a video that he made in Vienna claiming that immigrants had b(...)

A new report disputed the British government’s claim the terms of the Withdrawal Bill would not result in a loss of rights. Photograph: Getty Images

Any diminution of rights as a result of Brexit would undermine the British government’s credibility and threaten peace in Northern Ireland, a group of(...)

Britain’s finance minister Philip Hammond: Deal on financial services is “very much in our mutual interest”. Photography: Stefan Rousseau/Pool

The British government has played down the significance of the European Union’s latest draft negotiating guidelines, which reject Theresa May’s propos(...)

 British prime minister Theresa May leaving Downing Street. She has  acknowledged that economic independence would come at a cost in terms of EU market access. Photograph: Will Oliver

The European Union’s latest draft negotiating guidelines are a flat rejection of Theresa May’s proposal for a flexible model of regulatory alignment a(...)

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