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    Irish Government to 'intensify' no-deal Brexit preparations


    The Irish Government is to step up its preparations for a no-deal Brexit after a day of turmoil at the House of Commons after Prime Minister Theresa May pulled her withdrawal agreement meaningful...

    The Irish Government is to step up its preparations for a no-deal Brexit after a day of turmoil at the House of Commons after Prime Minister Theresa May pulled her withdrawal agreement meaningful vote.

    Chelsea ban fans over alleged racist abuse of Raheem Sterling


    Chelsea have suspended four fans from Stamford Bridge and are continuing investigations into allegations of racist abuse towards Raheem...

    Chelsea have suspended four fans from Stamford Bridge and are continuing investigations into allegations of racist abuse towards Raheem Sterling.

    Councillor intervenes in £20m hotel plans with recorded conversation claims


    A Northern Ireland councillor has dramatically intervened in a legal challenge to approval for a £20m hotel and leisure complex by making claims about recorded conversations with...

    A Northern Ireland councillor has dramatically intervened in a legal challenge to approval for a £20m hotel and leisure complex by making claims about recorded conversations with officials.
    Watch: Jonathan Rea awarded honorary degree from University of Ulster

    Watch: Jonathan Rea awarded honorary degree from University of Ulster


    Four-time World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea has received an honorary degree from the University of Ulster for his outstanding contribution to...

    Four-time World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea has received an honorary degree from the University of Ulster for his outstanding contribution to sport.

    Teenage girl attacked in south Belfast


    Police are investigating a report of a 17-year-old girl being assaulted in south Belfast during the early hours of Sunday...

    Police are investigating a report of a 17-year-old girl being assaulted in south Belfast during the early hours of Sunday morning.

    I oppose blanket anonymity for rape accused, says Stuart Olding's QC


    Rape defendants should not receive anonymity before conviction unless they are likely to suffer "exceptional" damage to their reputations, a barrister who represented rugby player Stuart Olding has...

    Rape defendants should not receive anonymity before conviction unless they are likely to suffer "exceptional" damage to their reputations, a barrister who represented rugby player Stuart Olding has suggested.