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# Deal

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# Brexit
Top UK Brexit official expects a deal to be reached for leaving the EU 'before the end of March'
David Davis said both sides should have agreed the “substantive” terms of their permanent future relationship by March 2019.
# Deal
Everton in talks to sign 'goalscoring threat' Theo Walcott
The Arsenal midfielder has made just 15 appearances this season
# Palestine
Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah end decade-long split
Details of the agreement have not yet been released.
# Deal or no deal
'The worst deal': Trump set for showdown over Iran agreement
“We did it out of weakness when actually, we have great strength.”
# Just Do It
Patrick Kluivert's nine-year old son has just signed a five-year deal with Nike
The youngster is currently on the books of PSG.
# Let's talk
The DUP and Sinn Féin are taking a hiatus for the summer - so when will a deal be done?
Yet again, both parties failed to reach agreement this week that would restore power-sharing in the North.
# Ulster Says Yes
No mention of the Irish border in DUP's Tory deal
It does mention broadband and health spending.
# confidence and supply
DUP agrees principles of 'outline agreement' to support Conservatives in government
The DUP will be supporting the Conservatives on a on a confidence and supply basis.
# concessions
Israel gives in to hunger strikers' demands as Palestinian prisoners call off protest
The deal was brokered by the Red Cross.
# Nafta
Trump agrees to re-negotiate 'disastrous' NAFTA trade deal
The announcement came after reports in US media that Trump was considering giving formal notice of pulling the United States out.
# Deal
Will Ireland follow suit? No strike action as US women's soccer team reach landmark agreement
US Soccer President Sunil Gulati described the deal as “an important step”.
# row resolved
Up by a fiver: Social welfare payments to increase by €5 from March
It follows days of wrangling over the date for the introduction of the payment between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.
# peace sign
Colombian rebel group "reborn" and apologises after decades of violence
Farc signed the peace accord with the country’s government.
# stick to your guns
Virgin Media says eir Sport 'never was and never will be' important to it
Its CEO said the decision to drop both it and BT Sport was “the right call”.
# full coffers
Premiership clubs boosted by new £224m+ agreement with the RFU
‘This is a true partnership focused on making English rugby the best in the world for club and country.’
# Deal
The UFC has been sold for $4 billion - reports
Dana White set to remain as UFC president as business consortium agrees multi-billion dollar purchase.
# prop life
New contract for Ulster's young player of the year McCall
The loosehead has signed a two-year extension to his current deal.
# art of the deal
Should we still pay our water bills? It's the law, says Micheál Martin
Fianna Fáil TDs and senators have signed off on the deal agreed last week with Fine Gael.
# trinity talks
Minister says if water charges are scrapped, people who paid should get their money back
Day 61. Still no deal.
# agreement
Luas talks break down after company rejects 26.5% pay claim
The deal will include a €750 payment at the end of this year.
# Refugees
Amnesty calls EU migrant deal 'flawed, illegal and immoral'
Under the deal, all new irregular migrants arriving in Greece will be sent back to Turkey.
# Dublin
Irish amateur boxer jailed for assaulting drug dealer during drugs robbery
He also threatened to put a bullet in the head of the man’s mother.
# serious offer
The most Donegal deal of all time was spotted in Lifford today
Tough choice.
# Deal
RTÉ and TV3 expected to share coverage of Euro 2016
It is expected that TV3 will show more than 20 games at this summer’s tournament.
# Ceasefire
After five years and 250,000 dead, a ceasefire has been agreed in Syria
The International Syria Support Group also agreed “to accelerate and expand the delivery of humanitarian aid beginning immediately”.
# agreement
Here's why Portuguese clubs may have to sign Chinese players next season
The deal has raised concerns with the Professional footballers Union.
The yawn-inducing name of this EU-US trade deal is what makes it so dangerous
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership covers a wide range of policy areas that will impact on your life, writes David Lundy
# Handshakes
A fresh start? There's a new deal in town but nobody wants to talk about 'the past'
Those two words are still causing problems.
# Deal Done
Ireland's largest shopping centre has just been sold as part of biggest Nama deal ever
Project Jewel will see a substantial property portfolio going to real estate companies Hammerson and Allianz.
# Auction
This Limerick property could* be snapped up for just €1
*But it probably won’t!
All Black Charles Piutau signs for Wasps before 2016 move to Ulster
The 23-year-old will have a short stint in the Premiership.
# Profile
What should Munster fans expect from new signing Mark Chisholm?
The former Wallaby offers a wealth of experience, leadership, work-rate and lineout skills.
# project arrow
Nama says Mick Wallace doesn't understand its job, work or market
The Wexford TD has said that the deal may not be securing the best deal for Irish taxpayers.
# nukes
North Korea has some pretty scary stuff to say about its nuclear weapons
They’re acting tough.
# Done Deal
Tsipras has two days to convince his parliament about third bailout
A deal has been agreed – but it still needs to clear the Greek parliament.
# project eagle
'No one in my family got one penny from the Nama deal'
“I have lived my public life on the basis of doing things for the public and in the public interest.”
Has the most ridiculous transfer rumour of the summer emerged from Spain?
AS have put one and one together and made €200 million.
# impression
Alan Dukes was 'furious' with Michael Noonan for mentioning 'criminality'
Alan Dukes said the Siteserv sale was put before the Central Bank and no issues were found.
# clipped wings
Unions split on new Aer Lingus letter: SIPTU: "Important" .... IMPACT: "A fig leaf"
The Dáil is preparing to vote on the sale of the government’s stake in the airline later today.
# cult hero
A former Ireland lock has been handed a lengthy contract extension in France
Jeremy Davidson has been working wonders on a low budget at Aurillac in the Pro D2.