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Everything you need to know about Brexit's four key personalities European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. Picture: REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany/File Photo Like a cast from a dystopian black comedy, we have watched the key players in Brexit play up to their various reputations as the Brexit shambles slowly unfolded. Here we look at everything you need to know about the main...
VIDEO: Real lives on the border – Clones business owners discuss the 'nightmare' scenario of a hard Brexit
Your Money: Can you beat fees and bank on a digital-only current account? Depending on your needs, the new breed of online offerings accessed through an app could be good for your wallet, writes John Cradden Stock image The last time there was any excitement in the current account market was during the boom, when the banks fell over themselves to introduce...
Ann Fitzgerald: We must take steps to save the future of the family farm   Is the demise of the traditional farm becoming inevitable? The family farm has traditionally been the main unit of production. That has been changing in the developed world. I'm now wondering whether its demise is becoming inevitable. A recent Facebook video made by a young South Australian dairy...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...
Domestic overhaul spreads alarm through Wales camp Rob Evans. Photo: Ashley Crowden - CameraSport via Getty Images Stade de France, Stadio Olimpico, the Principality Stadium . . . Downing Street. Wales' Grand Slam mission has taken in a meeting with Theresa May, with Rob Evans claiming the Prime Minister wants him as 'Brexit Secretary'. The loosehead prop, who played an influential role...
Enda Kenny offered to help Facebook influence other EU member states, memo claims Former taoiseach Enda Kenny FORMER Taoiseach Enda Kenny offered to help Facebook influence other EU member states, an alleged internal company memo has claimed. Mr Kenny is named among “friends of Facebook” and offered to use Ireland’s “significant influence” in Europe on the social media giant’s behalf, according to...
Taoiseach tells ministers Brexit deadline 'to be extended until June' Taoiseach tells ministers of 'new deadline' Prospect of extension: Leo Varadkar Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has privately told ministers he believes the deadline for Britain leaving the EU will be extended to June. The Taoiseach's private comments follow EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier indicating that he does not believe the UK will have...
‘We turned over €100K in performance fees in 2017 but none of us got paid’ - King Kong Company’s Mark G on struggles of Irish musicians Mark is presenting The Irish Music Industry Podcast featuring interviews with industry professionals from all disciplines Mark G of King Kong Company. PIC: Ciara Drennan, Heyday StudiosMark G of King Kong Company. PIC: Ciara Drennan,...

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Social media giants face heavy fines in new child safety regime Minister Richard Bruton. Photo: Gareth Chaney, Collins Social media firms face heavy fines or criminal charges if they breach rules under sweeping new powers to be granted to an online safety commissioner. Tech giants will also face harsher penalties for letting underage children use their services without parental control. And "serious"...

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