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# Britain

Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
State loses High Court action to block Senator's case over 'secret RAF air policing deal'
This month
July 2024
Sydney Nash: 'Starmer and team will have to work fast to implement real change'
Sydney Nash
'Keir we go': What the papers are saying in Britain this morning
This year
2024
The forgotten story of the Irish side who imported an entire squad from England
Last year
2023
Sunak seeks to win over rebel Tories ahead of crunch vote on Rwanda immigration plan
Britain did not inform government of three knighthoods, damehoods to Irish citizens this year
UK salary threshold for overseas workers to raise to €45,100 under plans to cut migration
Britain's King Charles says 'no excuse' for colonial atrocities in Kenya
Keir Starmer’s Labour conference speech disrupted by glitter protester
Brian Rowan: The head of the new Troubles legacy body will have a mountain to climb
Brian Rowan
UK Department of Education releases report into concrete in school buildings
Record broken as almost 900 migrants cross Channel to Britain in 24 hours
Sunak and Biden announce 'Atlantic Declaration' to strengthen US-UK economic ties
Joe Biden says he came to Ireland to make sure 'the Brits didn't screw around'
Charles and Camilla retire to Buckingham Palace after Charles' coronation
Opinion: Charles' coronation comes at a tricky time - is the jig up for the British monarchy?
Peter Flanagan
A third of British residents 'wouldn't mind' Northern Ireland leaving the UK
King Charles shows support for research into British monarchy’s historical links to slavery
UK's post-Brexit immigration rules may be relaxed due to labour shortage
Majority of UK firms who took part in four-day work week trial will stick with it
Britain will be only major economy to plunge into recession in 2023, IMF warns
Tory chairman sacked by Rishi Sunak after ‘serious breach’ found in tax affairs investigation
Dutch Ambassador: There has been a shift in how Ireland is discussing neutrality
All time
Mother accused of murdering two young sons appears in London court
Man arrested after egg ‘thrown in direction' of King Charles
UK and Greece in 'secret talks' over possible return of ancient sculptures
Taoiseach and UK PM determined to get deal done on NI Protocol 'as quickly as possible'
Man detained after eggs thrown at Britain's King Charles during visit to York
UK navy launches probe into allegations of sexual harassment on submarines
British sprinter handed 22-month ban for failed drug test at Tokyo Olympics
Waiting time in queue to see Queen Elizabeth lying in state reaches 24 hours
Crowds gather in London as queen's coffin to go on display
Charles formally declared British King as Elizabeth's funeral details released
'A watershed moment': British newspapers react to the death of Queen Elizabeth II
Opinion: Boris has left his party with a tough choice - a leader to the right or hard right
Peter Flanagan
Sunak allies insist ‘all to play for’ in UK Tory leadership bid even as Truss pulls ahead
UK's next PM: Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss will go head-to-head in Tory leadership vote
Unprecedented peak demand for water in the UK
Britain facing record temperatures as public warned of widespread disruption
Opinion: As Boris departs, the British public should ask the Conservatives 'what took you so long?'
Sydney Nash