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Varadkar is 'not sure' if British PM 'loathes' him Opposition: EU ‘Supergirl’ Madeleina Kay stands in front of the anti-Brexit campaign bus in Co Louth. Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is "not sure" if the British prime minister "loathes" him but has also insisted it is "patently not the case" that they do not communicate. Responding to reports in the...
Whelan feels Dublin are 'in Kerry's heads' as old roles reverse Mickey Whelan. Photo: Sportsfile Mickey Whelan can't see how any hype that may go with pursuing a fifth successive All-Ireland title will hamper Dublin's footballers in their bid to make history in 2019. Whelan had a ringside seat to witness the genesis of this team when they landed their first All-Ireland...
Oil and gas exploration bill stuck in Dail limbo People Before Profit TD Brid Smith sponsors the bill A bill designed to stop new oil and gas exploration licences being issued for Irish waters is in procedural limbo. An Oireachtas committee of TDs and Senators was split 6-6 yesterday on whether to send the bill to the Dail for the next stage...
© Reuters. A money changer counts Euro banknotes at a currency exchange office in Nice By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters)...
© Reuters. The dollar made a bullish start to the week. Investing.com – The dollar advanced against its rivals Monday following...

Entertainment

Alan Carr confirms offer to star on Strictly Come Dancing next year The TV presenter has said he would like to do it – and his favourite dance is Oops Upside Your Head. Alan Carr confirms Strictly offer but says ‘I don’t want to film the VTs’ (Yui Mok/PA) Alan Carr has said he has been offered the chance to appear on...

News Africa

4,000-year-old tomb unveiled Egyptian find has ancient statues and hieroglyphs in near perfect condition First light: A visitor gazes at the sculpted figures on the walls of the tomb of Wahtye in Saqqara, Egypt. Photo: AFP/Getty Images He was known as Wahtye, and served as a royal priest or high-ranking religious figure carrying the title "divine inspector". He must have been someone of...

Business Irish

Victoria's Secret: Outlet on Dublin's Grafton Street enjoys bumper opening The Grafton St store recorded an operating profit of €389,000 in the year to February 3rd The flagship Victoria's Secret store in Dublin clocked up average daily revenues of €64,666 in its first 60 days of opening here. New accounts for L Brands Fashion Retail Reland Ltd show that the business enjoyed...
© Reuters. Investing.com - The dollar slipped lower against a currency basket on Monday, while the euro pushed higher...
Council backs Robbie Williams’ swimming pool plan despite Jimmy Page’s objection The celebrity musicians have been involved in a five-year battle over the proposals for the Kensington residence. Robbie Williams’ plans for a swimming pool at his home have been conditionally approved (Ian West/PA) Singer Robbie Williams’ plans for an underground swimming pool have been conditionally approved – despite objections from his Led Zeppelin guitarist neighbour Jimmy...

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