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Thousands gather at Buckingham Palace for day one of jubilee celebrations
British MP Neil Parish formally resigns after admitting watching pornography in parliament
Rwanda president says UK asylum seeker deal 'not trading in humans'
EU adopts laws to ensure continued supply of medicines from Britain to Northern Ireland
British Tory MPs divided over Channel 4 privatisation as plans could face revolt
Corrupt port and airport workers 'central' to operations of organised crime gangs in Ireland
Ports and airports have been infiltrated by gangs to facilitate the smuggling of drugs and other illegal commodities, Niall O'Connor writes.
A new report warns that the Common Travel Area is being exploited by crime groups.
It also recommends greater sharing and monitoring of information about criminal activity between Irish and UK police forces.
Police to issue Covid-19 fines against people who attended lockdown parties at Downing Street
Boris Becker ‘offered up wedding ring to pay off debts’, court told
Boris Becker ‘deliberately keeping trophies that made him a star’, court is told
UK Queen celebrates 70 years on throne and backs Queen Camilla
Irish football has always been defined by Britain - so what has changed since Brexit?
Boris Johnson says suggestion he intervened in animal airlift is ‘total rhubarb’
UK to deploy troops to London hospitals impacted by Covid-related staff shortages
Boris Johnson sticks with Plan B in bid to ‘ride out’ Omicron without lockdown
France suspends transit ban for Britons living in EU
Arrest of armed man who tried to breach security at British Queen's residence
More than half of people in Ireland think less of Britain since Brexit
63% of people say their view of Britain has changed since it left the EU, new polling has found.
Of those, 95% say it has changed for the worse, Lauren Boland reports.
Green Party and Social Democrat voters are especially likely to say their views on Britain have changed since Brexit.
UK Prime Minister denies claims of split with experts in face of ‘considerable’ Omicron wave
Patrick Kielty: The past left trauma on all sides, but the future of this whole island looks bright
Guests return home after three nights trapped at snowed-in Yorkshire pub
France offers to restart migrant talks if the British get ‘serious’
Boris Johnson asks France to take back all migrants who crossed Channel
Man who organised Emiliano Sala air crash flight to stand trial today
The Explainer: How is post-Brexit Britain handling migration?
Police officer killed Sarah Everard after making ‘false arrest’, court told
Man charged with murder of mother and three children in Derbyshire
Australia announces plans to build nuclear-powered subs as part of pact with US and Britain
Seven jailed for life over murder of law student in bungled drive-by shooting
Police surprised by Euro 2020 final security breach at Wembley
UK and EU set to sign last minute truce to hold off ‘sausage war’ trade dispute
EU ‘would consider bold steps’ to reduce Irish Sea border checks to minimum
'I can't unhear this': Plan to have UK schoolchildren sing on national day of patriotism branded a 'spoof'
Russia claims it fired warning shots at British Navy destroyer as UK rejects claims
There will be 'no extension’ on deadline for post-Brexit residency scheme for EU nationals
Over 10,000 daily Covid cases recorded in UK for first time in four months
Government considering tighter restrictions on people travelling from Britain to Ireland
English exit from lockdown reportedly to be delayed by two weeks as Covid cases surge
EU not using Northern Ireland to punish UK for Brexit, EC vice-president says
Ex-minister Johnny Mercer blasts ‘distrustful, awful environment’ of British government
Boris Johnson launches independent review amid David Cameron lobbying row