Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Prime Minister Boris Johnson met on October 10 in the UK to discuss Brexit, which is scheduled for later this month.
In October 1921, Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith led an Irish delegation in London for the Anglo-Irish negotiations which culminated with the Anglo-Irish Treaty two months later.
Leaked British government documents show that research into the feasibility of a bridge between Northern Ireland and Scotland has begun.
Anthony Ekundayo Lennon, who was born to white Irish parents in England, appeared on English TV to respond to claims that he faked being mixed race to receive a theater grant.
Emma DeSouza, a native of Co Derry, continued her legal battle against the UK Home Office on Tuesday.
The leader of the UK Labour Party was one of the early supporters of Paul Hill and The Guildford Four, who served 15 years in prison after being wrongly accused of a bombing.
An Irish man has been filmed heckling Boris Johnson in Leeds and accusing the Prime Minister of "playing games" ahead of Brexit.
The leaders of Ireland and the UK are set to meet next week as Brexit draws closer with no deal in place.
Boris Johnson's father Stanley Johnson has apologized for comments he made last year saying "if the Irish want to shoot each other, they will shoot each other."
Irish politician Michael D'Arcy slammed Boris Johnson's upcoming suspension of Parliament as "military dictatorship."
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