Ibec urges Government to invest in key projects as economy growth to slow
10 minutes ago
The Government is being urged to keep its nerve and roll out its spending plans on roads, public transport, businesses, and education, to meet the threats of Brexit, trade wars, and the reforms of global tax regimes (which could undermine the country’s corporation tax).
Gov should be planning for no-deal Brexit by putting legislation and funding in place
23 minutes ago
The chief economist for the largest business lobby group in the country, IBEC, has warned that the Government should be planning for a no-deal Brexit by putting legislation and funding in place “no matter what the outcome.”
Tory Party chairman James Cleverly: Jamie Oliver’s restaurant collapse not about Brexit
11 hours, 35 minutes ago
The Tory Party chairman said ‘the quality of the food just didn’t match the price’ when he ate at one of Oliver’s restaurants.
Here is the gag that won funniest joke at the Edinburgh Fringe
1 hour, 57 minutes ago
A pun has won the prize.
Motorist startled as alligator approaches car on street corner
11 hours, 33 minutes ago
The alligator was thought to be the same one that was later trapped close to a nearby petrol station.
Obama’s high school basketball shirt sells for €108,000
13 hours, 59 minutes ago
Heritage Auctions said the jersey sold in Dallas to a collector of American and sports artefacts.
Love Island’s Chris and Harley are first couple from latest series to split
2 minutes ago
The pair have had one of the shortest relationships of those who took part in this year’s show.
Amanda Holden leaves ‘fake’ competition behind in Rear Of The Year award
22 minutes ago
The Britain’s Got Talent judge has won the yearly prize.
K-pop stars signal support for Beijing amid Hong Kong protests
29 minutes ago
Many have rallied around the one-China policy amid tensions and protests in the former British colony.
ISPCA appeal for information after dog rescued in 'extremely poor condition' in Longford
The lurcher, who was later named Rover, was rescued from Moydow and was suffering from severe mange and malnutrition.
Ryanair to seek court injunction today in bid to prevent pilot strike
Ryanair is going to the High Court today to try to prevent this week's planned strike action.
Concerns raised about bank timelines for tracker mortgage scandal
The Financial Services Ombudsman, Ger Deering, has raised concerns that some banks are contesting his office's attempts to investigate complaints, claiming they fall outside a legal six-year time limit.