Europe’s largest LGBTQ+ inclusive rugby tournament, the biennial Union Cup, held in Dublin last weekend, aims to tackle homophobia.
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UK opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said he backs a new Brexit vote, during a meeting with Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar in Dublin.
The two leaders met to discuss whether an agreement could be reached with the European Union to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Vote counting begins for the Europeans elections in Dublin, with provisional results expected late on Sunday. Tens of millions of Europeans are expected to vote in a battle between the nationalist right and pro-EU forces to chart a course for the bloc. IMAGES
Voters in Dublin cast their ballots in the European elections and a divorce law referendum. Two Irish MEPs will be elected to new seats, created in anticipation of Britain’s 73 lawmakers retiring from their posts. IMAGES of voting station
It’s happy hour in Dublin and the drinks are flowing, but in Ireland’s first “dry pub” patrons are forgoing Guinness and whiskey for non-boozy beers and zero percent wine.
The EU will “stand fully behind Ireland” whatever happens with Brexit, according to chief negotiator Michel Barnier during a visit to Dublin. SOUNDBITE
EU chief negociator Michel Barnier is welcomed by Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar in Dublin for talks with Irish leaders over Brexit, amid fears of a possible no-deal departure from the European Union.
Irish Prime minister Leo Varadkar hosts German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Dublin for an official visit. IMAGES of the two meeting
Dublin residents say UK politicians have “let down” the British public and accuse them of being consumed by “internal squabbles” after lawmakers overwhelmingly rejected Theresa May’s draft divorce agreement for a second time.
Brexit is turning Dublin into a new financial hub, with the city a top contender for banks, funds and law firms needing a continued presence in the European Union after March 29.