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Anglo-Irish relations: Simon Coveney meets with Liverpool and Manchester mayors in Dublin
Ireland is focusing on building relationships with parts of the UK outside of London as part of its post-Brexit plan.
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Irish trade and politics are being transformed by Brexit - but how? What can we expect in 2022?
We’ve spent the last six weeks attempting to answer these questions at The Good Information Project.
'There are good and bad days': Are Anglo-Irish relations worse now than during Brexit negotiations?
More direct links with Wales and north England are planned to improve Anglo-Irish ties post-Brexit.
A year into Ireland's post-Brexit relationship with Britain, what can we expect in 2022?
The next cycle of The Good Information Project from The Journal will look at the post-Brexit relationships between Ireland, the UK and the EU.
Michael D Higgins: There is a reluctance to criticise empire and imperialism
Uachtarán na hÉireann wrote in the Guardian that a “feigned amnesia” of Anglo-Irish history would not help create a better future.
DUP accuses Irish government of 'flexing its muscles in a dangerous and reckless way'
After weeks of strong rhetoric, and no deal at the end of it, many feel that the fallout has been damaging.
'We are inescapably intertwined': Ireland gets a whole section in Brexit plan
The word “Ireland” appears 132 times in the 77-page Brexit whitepaper.
'When is this p***k up for re-election': George Galloway and a Dublin councillor are having a heated row on Twitter
Dermot Lacey responded to George Galloway, saying he doesn’t “take lectures from such wasters”.
Why this man is not apocalyptic even if 'Brexit' is a reality by next Christmas
The British ambassador to Ireland visited today to talk about the UK’s In/Out referendum.
Death records of 49,000 Irish in WWI now available online
The Tánaiste says that the ambitious project will help to improve Anglo-Irish relations.
How much has Ireland paid Britain in interest on bailout loans?
Hint: Not enough to buy Gareth Bale.
Eamon Gilmore: There is nothing normal about British-Irish relations
The Tánaiste is to give a wide-ranging speech on British-Irish relations in Cambridge later today.
Ireland and the UK are planning closer economic cooperation
A visa waiver programme, allowing visitors to both countries to travel freely between both islands, is among the recommendations of a major report published today.
Falklands War: Irish response to Belgrano sinking drew British anger
One of the most controversial incidents of the Falklands War saw a change in the Irish government’s approach to the conflict and a considerable backlash from the British media and public.
Thatcher told that Haughey may have been "Ireland's answer to JR"
Robert Haydon,who was the UK’s ambassador to Ireland in 1980, warned Margaret Thatcher that Haughey was a “wily” man and “no friend of ours” according to newly-released documents.
In full: the speech of President McAleese at the State Dinner
The full text of President McAleese’s remarks at this evening’s State Banquet being held in honour of Queen Elizabeth
In full: the speech of Queen Elizabeth at the State Dinner
The full text of Her Majesty’s remarks at this evening’s State Banquet being held in her honour at Dublin Castle.
The Queen's meet-and-tweet: How YOU viewed Day 2
Queen Elizabeth II made it to Croke Park in one of the most heavily symbolic days of her Irish trip, as noted by Twitter.
The Queen's meet-and-tweet: How YOU viewed today's visit
The conduct of those inside and outside the security cordons in Dublin today comes under scrutiny from Twitter.
British government apologises for killing of Majella O'Hare
The British Minister for Defence has issued a formal apology to the family of 12-year-old Majella O’Hare, who was shot twice in the back by a British paratrooper in 1976.
Ireland's an amazing place for a holiday, but as a place to live, you really need to be Irish
When Englishwoman Sarah Franklin came to live in Ireland, her friend told her: ‘The Irish feel a far greater sense of kinship to the English than the English ever do in reverse.’ She discovered it to be true.