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Palestinian flag to be flown at Leinster House next Tuesday
Liberties locals file objection to planned Vicar Street hotel in Dublin
Inter-departmental group to be set up to consider proposals on a referendum on housing
The UK reacts as Rishi Sunak calls a general election for 4 July
Sunak surprised Westminster by calling the election earlier than had been widely expected.
Sunak drowned out by Labour 90s anthem (and the rain) in hapless election launch
Rishi Sunak just called a July general election in the UK, but why now?
Israel says Ireland's decision to officially recognise State of Palestine is 'prize for terrorism'
Taoiseach Simon Harris described it as a “historic and important day” for Ireland and for Palestine.