Map. History of UK conflict

19 September 2018
5 month ago
Russia warns Britain at U.N. nerve agent attack meeting over accusations that Moscow is to blame for poisoning former Russian spy
6 month ago
British PM May to raise concerns over Yemen to Saudi during visit
6 month ago
Work underway to clear snow drifts in North Kildare
6 month ago
A spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May says the Government is still confident of reaching a trade deal with America after U.S. President Donald Trump proposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports
Ireland set to pick BNY Mellon as custodian for Apple tax escrow account
6 month ago
Prime Minister Theresa May says the national housing crisis is one of the "biggest barriers to social mobility we face today" as she warned "unscrupulous developers" they would no longer be able to "dodge their obligations"
6 month ago
International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt says aid organisations have reported 80 current and historical cases where people have been harmed or have been at risk of harm to the Charity Commission since 12 February when she met Oxfam executives
6 month ago
UK Trade Secretary: Staying in a customs union post-Brexit would mean abandoning global ambitions
6 month ago
Brexit will not threaten the UK-EU intelligence and security partnership, former head of MI6 says
Irish Foreign Minister: UK proposals for Irish border are a starting point in negotiations
6 month ago
Theresa May outlines her vision for the future UK-EU partnership
Irish PM fears people may have died during the storm but have not yet been found
Leicestershire Police says a sixth man has been arrested in connection with an explosion in Leicester that killed five people which follows charges brought against three men yesterday
6 month ago
British Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken with US President Donald Trump and expressed "deep concern" about his threatened trade war with the EU
6 month ago
British PM May tells US President Trump of 'deep concern' over metals tariffs in phone call that also discusses Syria
6 month ago
Trump and May blame Russia, Syria for Eastern Ghouta suffering: Downing Street
March 4 women in London6 month ago
March 4 women in London
Gardaí say that a large amount of property was taken during a burglary at a shopping centre in Athlone overnight
6 month ago
Snow accumulations on the roads outside Monageer in Co Wexford
6 month ago
Setting out Brexit vision, Britain's May appeals to EU to show flexibility
Eight men have appeared in court charged in connection with two burglaries at two shops in west Dublin last night
National Emergency Coordination Group chairperson Sean Hogan has said snowfalls from Storm Emma have been greatly diminished, but those affected by large drifts are being asked to stay in touch by phone
The frozen Avoca River in Arklow town
Aerial footage taken by the Irish Air Corps between Shannon and Athlone this morning
Snow ploughs on the M11 near Barndarrig
Teacher tried to create 'army of children' to launch terror attacks in London6 month ago
Teacher tried to create 'army of children' to launch terror attacks in London
6 month ago
Theresa May: things are going to be different post-Brexit, in certain ways our access each other's markets will be reduced but we will not accept the rights of Canada, or the obligations of Norway
6 month ago
Theresa May: we do not want a hard border in Ireland, we've ruled out physical infrastructure at the border, but the UK can't find a solution alone, the UK, Ireland and the EU must together find a solution
6 month ago
Theresa May: (Irish border) UK governments have worked tirelessly to bring about peace, we need to protect that peace and I have put the Belfast agreement at the heart of the UK's approach
6 month ago
Prime Minister Theresa May says if Brexit talks are "cherry picking" then so is "every trade agreement"
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