The moment of truth is creeping ever nearer with still no solution in sight, but the Tánaiste remains optimistic of a deal being reached
The extent to which many English people are ignorant about Ireland has become clear. An interview Tánaiste Simon Coveney gave to the BBC’s John Humphrys was a case in point.
The irony of a border in the Irish sea carving the North from the rest of Britain for customs purposes as the main outcome of a process to take back control of borders is lost on no one.
‘Impossible’ to run an IPO for a firm exposed to Irish homebuilding sector until market improves
FG minister also visited McCourt at his Co Clare home ‘in a private capacity’ over the last two years, in new twist to telecoms row