In this week’s Irish World

In this week’s July 20 Irish World


Supporters of London’s Gaelic footballers prepare to head off en masse to cheer them against Mayo in Castlebar on Sunday. See our special eight page souvenir pull out.

Departing Ambassador Bobby McDonagh reflects on his four and half years in London during which he arranged the Queen’s visit to Ireland and the Olympic Games on his doorstep

Love/Hate star Tom Vaughan-Lawlor talks about performing at the Edinburgh festival next month

Fine Gael wants to allow billionaire tax exiles to stay in Ireland for more than the 182 days they are allowed at present – but in return for charitable donations amounting to £36,500 for every day

UK GAA saddened by deaths of London hurler Seanie Quinn (33), Warwickshire’s Coley Folan (44) and Garryowen’s Robin Gregan

The man who once led Britain’s armed forces, Field Marshal Lord Guthrie, steps in as Chancellor of Liverpool Hope University

Are Lingus steps in to fly London’s footballers to Mayo and back

Former Brent Mayor Jim O’Sullivan hands over a minibus to Brent Irish Advisory Service (BIAS)

David Hennessy on some of the up and coming Irish talent at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival next month

Just some of what’s in this week’s Irish World







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