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The Queen had a deep appreciation for several spots in Ireland and visited just a year before her death.
For five decades Leeds Irish Centre, in England, has been the first port of call for countless emigrant Irish people who have sought work and prosperity after leaving their homeland.
The Wolfe Tones' "Come Out Ye Black and Tans" has shot to the top of the iTunes charts in both Ireland and the UK in the wake of the RIC commemoration controversy in Dublin.
A regular haunt for the Irish in London, the fond memories of good times at Galtymore dance hall in Cricklewood continues to live on.
John Downey, of Co Donegal, was named an "active participant" in the 1982 IRA bombings in London's Hyde Park that killed four people and injured more than 30 others.
The sad somber reality of working construction, living with six others in Kentish Town, and missing home.
The center will be relocating to a new location outside of the city's "Irish Quarter."
Jane Healy was visiting London from Cork when she witnessed the attack.
As the bodies of the UK lorry tragedy's victims begin to be repatriated to Vietnam, more suspects from Northern Ireland are facing charges in relation to their deaths.
The Irish rebel song that Conor McGregor loves to play before his fights
On This Day: Irish writer William Butler Yeats dies in 1939
Celtic Woman celebrates 15 years with massive American tour featuring special guest artist Chloë Agnew
Chicago cop tells of racism inflicted on Irish Famine women and children
First female genital mutilation conviction handed down in Ireland
No poor need apply - Trump to deny green cards to immigrants on benefits
The Celtic and Catholic traditions of St. Brigid and her cross
Refusal to accept Sinn Fein in Irish government complete hypocrisy
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Irish tourist attraction of the week: Trinity College in Dublin