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#Questions answered

# questions-answered - Thursday 16 July, 2020

Q&A: What do you want to know about Ireland's Covid-19 restrictions and health advice?

Are you confused about what you’re being told you should and shouldn’t do?

# questions-answered - Friday 15 May, 2020

Phase One explained: Who's going back to work and what other restrictions have changed?

Hardware stores, garden centres, farmers’ markets, bicycle shops and garages are due to open Monday.

# questions-answered - Friday 19 October, 2018

From The42 Why now, why not the top tier, what about Old Trafford? The story behind United's first pro women's team Questions Answered

Why now, why not the top tier, what about Old Trafford? The story behind United's first pro women's team

‘The club don’t do anything by half measures,’ manager Casey Stoney explained at this week’s 20×20 launch.

# questions-answered - Tuesday 14 February, 2017

Explainer: What exactly is a Tribunal of Inquiry?

And how does it differ from a Commission of Investigation?

# questions-answered - Thursday 1 January, 2015

Here's how many days a person can survive without water...

Humans can go for over three weeks without eating… But without water, it’s unlikely we’d survive more than four days.

# questions-answered - Tuesday 30 December, 2014

The answers to 9 political questions we were asking this time last year

Most of the questions we asked this time last year we’re answered in 2014.

# questions-answered - Tuesday 23 December, 2014

How did humans evolve to enjoy drinking alcohol?

We’ve had a taste for the stuff since before people were people — according to one scientist.