Jeremy Hunt: No-deal Brexit would be a ‘mistake we would regret for generations’
A no-deal Brexit would be a “mistake we would regret for generations”, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
Presbyterian moderator hopes to meet Pope in Dublin
The leader of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland has said he hopes to meet the Pope when he travels to Dublin next week.
Campaigners hope Pope will focus spotlight on homeless during visit
A homeless advocacy group says it hopes Pope Francis uses his global clout to force Ireland’s government to tackle the crisis.
Former Loyalist leader’s sister-in-law celebrates A-level Irish result
The sister-in-law of a former Loyalist leader has achieved an A grade in A-level Irish.
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Republic of Ireland
Temporary morgues planned for Pope's visit to Ireland
Celtic fan ‘sorry’ for airport confrontation with Novo
£75m rooftop running track plan for old Belfast Telegraph building
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