Children drinking Bushmills for breakfast an IRA man saying he’d burn his baby for a united Ireland, drunken revelry and banshees howling the new hit arriving to Broadway from London sounds like a hoot... or does it?
Reader beware, you’re in for a delight! Halloween in Ireland is like no place else in the world. Visiting the birthplace of Halloween on or close to October 31 itself means a celebration unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. What should you do in Ireland on Halloween? Here are our top suggestions.
On October 17th 1171, King Henry II became the first English King to set foot on Irish soil. By the time he left the island six months later Ireland's relationship with England had been changed forever.
Indeed Henry's visit still haunts Ireland today...
Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster has refused to rule out collapsing the British government if her “blood red line” on Brexit – not to place a customs border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the U.K. – isn’t met.