In the September 13 Irish World


On a recent visit to Ruislip, Ireland’s Foreign Minister Charlie Flanagan says he wants to keep £5.4m funding for UK groups at its current level.

London councils say they are after rogue landlords.

Brian O’Driscoll is among the Irish men in the new Guinness Book of Records.

A Willesden mother and daughter tell of their ordeal at Luton Airport, recently voted the worst, when aggressive security staff forced them to miss their Ryanair flight.


We chat to the cast of ITV’s smash hit period drama Downton Abbey, including Allen Leech, Brendan Coyle, Rob James-Collier, Raquel Cassidy, Hugh Bonneville, many of whom have Irish connections. 

Natalie Casey, the former star of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet Crisps, speaks about her new play Albion that deals with xenophobia and why Belfast is her favourite place in the world. 

Colum Sands talks about his new album which includes a song, Two Angry Dogs, that was born when he was asked to write about the flag protests.

Sally Mulready, who arrived at the Camden Irish Centre in 1966, ponders its future as the centre celebrates 60 years. 


The London hurling and football teams could play their home games at London Irish Rugby Club’s while the development at Ruislip takes place.

Also, we look back at London’s time playing their GAA at Ruislip. 

Full report of a thrilling draw between Kilkenny and Tipperary in the All-Ireland hurling final.




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