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16 January 2019 07:39 LA teacher strike enters third day as school chiefs seek talks

Los Angeles school administrators are urging a union to resume talks as tens of thousands of teachers plan to walk picket lines for a third day. Striking teachers vowed to take to the streets again on Wednesday despite a forecast for heavy rain across the US city. There have been no plans for the two sides to re-start negotiations after talks broke down last week. Teachers 264

15 January 2019 15:48 SNP warn May’s Brexit deal will put ‘workers on the dole’

Theresa May’s Brexit deal will put “workers on the dole”, the SNP’s Ian Blackford has warned. Mr Blackford also told ministers his party would not allow Scotland to be “dragged out of the European Union against its will” on the final day of debate on the British Prime Minister’s EU exit plan. He made the comments after successfully securing approval 235

19 December 2018 07:22 Report finds warning signs today similar to those ignored before economic crisis

Ireland's competitiveness is facing significant losses as the economy heats up and the cost of living continues to rise. A new report finds Ireland still has a competitive economy but warns of challenges to be overcome. The National Competitiveness Council's annual report finds, despite the turbulence of Brexit negotiations and a less favourable outlook 77

10 December 2018 10:38 47 people returned to Ireland on European arrest warrants in 2017

47 people were returned to Ireland for charges on European Arrest Warrants in 2017. The Department of Justice published the European Arrest Warrant Annual Report for last year on Monday. 47 people were returned to Ireland on foot of warrants and a further 60 were returned by Ireland to other EU member states. The Annual Report of the European Arrest 59

07 December 2018 15:57 Kildare Agtech company announces €2m investment

Kildare Agtech company TERRA NutriTECH have announced a €2m investment which will see their workforce double by 2021. The Moone-based, family-run operation opened its new head office today and announced its global expansion plans. The investment will go towards Research and Development and the growth of the team to 30 over the next three years 82

19 November 2018 06:48 Simon Coveney to travel to Brussels for Brexit discussions

Tánaiste Simon Coveney is set to take part in discussions in Brussels over the UK’s draft withdrawal agreement. Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee, is also travelling for meetings with their counterparts at the General Affairs Council. “After months of negotiations, we are pleased to be in a position to discuss the finalised Withdrawal 41

15 November 2018 21:14 What is the backstop in Brexit? Our Googled questions answered

As Brexit chaos reigns supreme in Westminster, here are answers to the top questions on Brexit that people Ireland have asked Google today. Brexit is a slang term for Britain’s exit from the European Union. After a referendum on Thursday 23 June, 2016, the vote by the UK to leave the EU won by 51.9% to 48.1%. The referendum turnout was 71.8%, with more than 30 million 46

15 November 2018 16:51 Timeline of Brexit chaos at heart of British government

British Prime Minister Theresa May stepped out of 10 Downing Street at about 7.15pm on Wednesday following a marathon five-hour Cabinet meeting and announced the Cabinet had agreed the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement. – 7.15pm – Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement outside 10 Downing Street following a five-hour Cabinet meeting, announcing 44

14 November 2018 14:39 Trade organisation welcomes news of breakthrough on Withdrawal Agreement

The British Irish Chamber of Commerce has welcomed news of the progress made in Brexit negotiations between the EU and the UK. News that an agreement has been reached at a technical level between UK and EU negotiators on a Withdrawal Agreement for the UK's departure from the EU could "potentially deliver the breakthrough that British and Irish businesses 82

12 November 2018 10:40 Pence arrives in Japan to discuss trade and North Korea

US Vice President Mike Pence has arrived in Tokyo on an overnight visit to discuss North Korea and other issues with Japanese officials before heading to two regional summits. Japanese officials say Mr Pence, who arrived on Monday evening local time, is expected to also discuss China’s growing regional influence and bilateral trade with Japanese Prime 100