Family of murdered Joe Deacy still hoping to see justice

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Joe Deacy’s family still hope to see someone held accountable for what happened to Joe six years ago when on holiday in Mayo.     Hope is...

How Ireland navigated Brexit

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By David Hennessy Ireland’s Call: Navigating Brexit by Stephen Collins is a forensic study of the Brexit negotiations from an Irish perspective. It tells the story...

How food prices increased in the past year

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The cost of food and drink in the UK has increased at its sharpest rate since 1980, with surges in the prices of many...

Inflation back at 40-year high as food prices soar

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Inflation last month returned to the 40-year high it hit earlier this summer after food prices soared. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said Consumer...

What is the pensions triple lock?

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With inflation at its highest in 40 years uncertainty surrounds the pensions triple lock. Here is a look at how the triple lock normally works...

UK/EU trade down, says Ireland’s Economic and Social Research Institute

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Trade from the UK to the EU is down 16% compared to if Brexit had not happened, research has found. Ireland has had a...

Belfast actor Ciarán Hinds urges PM Liz Truss to ditch Northern Ireland legacy Bill

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Oscar-nominated actor Ciarán Hinds has urged Prime Minister Liz Truss to scrap the British government’s controversial legacy Bill. The Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation)...

Average UK house price falling

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The average UK house price edged down in September, from a record high recorded in August, according to the Halifax. House prices have been largely...

Body of Neasden woman, 71, found bound with parcel tape, court told 

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A couple have appeared at the Old Bailey accused of tying up and killing an elderly woman and then taking more than £14,000 of...

MoD accused of running down the clock by delays as it waits for law...

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The Ministry of Defence has been accused of “deliberately delaying” a fresh inquest into the death of a man in Derry in 1978 as...