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Wall Street Journal  Jun 21  Comment 
Lawyers from some of Britain’s largest firms are flocking to register in Ireland to protect their right to practice fully in the European Union, in case the U.K. votes to leave the bloc.
Financial Times  Jun 20  Comment 
EU laws are incorporated into the devolution statutes in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
New York Times  Jun 18  Comment 
Police raids interrupted a plot against fans gathering in Brussels to watch a telecast of a match between the Belgian national team and Ireland, officials said.
Mondo Visione  Jun 17  Comment 
The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) has been ranked as the 14th Best Workplace in Europe in the small to medium category (50-500 employees) by Great Place to Work® (GPTW). This achievement follows the ISE's win as the Best Medium Workplace in...
New York Times  Jun 17  Comment 
A vote by Britain to leave the European Union could create pressure for Scottish independence and harden the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
TechCrunch  Jun 16  Comment 
 Sense, a small sleep tracker that sits by your bed that looks to help improve sleep behavior, will now be for sale in international markets as the company gears up for the holiday shopping season. Hello, the maker of Sense, said it would start...
Red Orbit  Jun 15  Comment 
Whether it was for religious or culinary reasons, the ancient peoples of Ireland and Scotland often buried dairy-based “bog butter” – possibly with the intention of excavating it later. Many specimens of bog butter can be quite old, and...
newratings.com  Jun 15  Comment 
DUBLIN (dpa-AFX) - Ireland's foreign trade surplus increased in April, as exports rose and imports plunged, data from the Central Statistics Office showed Wednesday. The seasonally adjusted trade surplus rose to EUR 4.5 billion in April from...
New York Times  Jun 15  Comment 
A boy who watched the biggest soccer match in his country’s history in 1982 is now the coach. He hopes to replicate the team’s success in the European Championships.
newratings.com  Jun 13  Comment 
DUBLIN (dpa-AFX) - Ireland's construction growth eased marginally in May as new orders continued to increase at weaker pace, survey figures from Markit Economics showed Monday. The Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers' Index, or...




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