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Passionate and Impartial?

The people of Limerick took to the streets of the city centre today in protest. The protest was against the use of public lands for circuses with animal acts. 525 more words

Opinion

Dublin Day

Let’s take a Dublin Day.

That’s what the posters in Belfast train stations kept telling me; take a Dublin Day, online return tickets for only £10. 476 more words

Dublin

Dublin to host round of 16 and three group games in Euro 2020

Dublin is set to host a round of 16 and three group games in Euro 2020, UEFA have anounced on Friday afternoon.

Wembley in London will host the final and both semi-finals. 44 more words

Euro 2020

Mother speaks of fear after her baby was born without a droplet of blood

A mother has spoken of her fear that her daughter would never make it past the first few days of her life – after she was born without a droplet of blood in her body. 174 more words

Weird

Six of the Worst - Failures to Make the Euros...

The qualifying stages for Euro 2016 began last week and the expansion to 24 teams has led to a feeling in some quarters that there is little danger of European football’s big names failing to make it (although Portugal’s defeat by Albania may suggest otherwise). 1,179 more words

England

Scottish independence and Irish independence are very different

I could entirely devote this, my last Sunday Telegraph column before Scottish voters make their historic choice on Thursday, to yet more economic analysis. Having railed against independence over recent weeks and months, arguing it would be to the detriment of both Scotland and the broader UK, I easily develop and amplify the pecuniary narrative. 1,219 more words

Liam Halligan

McGeady must replicate Ireland heroics for Everton

If there were a player best summing up the contrasting styles of Roberto Martinez and his predecessor David Moyes, then Aiden McGeady appears the obvious choice. 688 more words

Everton