In this week’s Irish World…

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Our interview with Ireland’s Minister for the Diaspora Jimmy Deenihan, and his pledge that Irish here will get to vote by 2018 despite initial delay

The latest opinion figures for this May’s same sex marriage referendum, following Leo Varadkar becoming the first openly gay Irish politician

Stena Line announces its biggest ever hotel break sale, with savings of up to 40 per cent

We speak to Riptide, who look set to become the UK’s latest Irish musical import…

…and Sharon Horgan, star and writer of Channel 4’s new comedy series Catastrophe

Winter book review – our special feature for those wanting to keep up their New Year’s resolutions

 – In sport –

Three and a half pages on this weekend’s All Ireland semi-finals which see three British teams battle it out for a Croke Park place

London Irish news, following the coaching shake-up at the club

Munster match report, as they got knocked out of the European club rugby championships by London’s Saracens

Honouring past London GAA  heroes

Rugby round-up following Leinster’s progression and Munster and Ulster’s knock-outs

All the latest news and club notes from your local GAA clubs

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