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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Deja Vu

Last year
EU negotiator says it is 'high time we got Brexit done' over UK threats on NI Protocol
“You may not hear this often from a European Commissioner, but it is high time we got Brexit done.”
Sagstrom, Shadoff and Vu stay perfect at LPGA Match-Play
Sagstrom beat American Emma Talley 4&2.
Boris Johnson faces new claim that he was in No 10 flat during 'party with Abba songs playing'
The list of events reportedly attended by the UK Prime Minister grows as the police investigation continues.
Ulster striving for their best form against familiar opponents following Munster defeat
The province’s attack coach Dan Soper has been speaking about their preparations for Sunday’s Champions Cup meeting with the Northampton Saints.
All time
Harlequins fight back from 21 points down to beat Bristol
In June, Bristol led Quins by 28 points in the Premiership semi-final before the Londoners fought back to win 43-36.
Ruben Neves rescues point for Wolves in another 1-1 draw with Newcastle
The Magpies had taken a 52nd-minute lead through Jamaal Lascelles before Neves earned a point for the visitors.
Henry watches on as Toronto attempt, fail Henry-inspired penalty spot assist
It was a better effort than Robert Pires’, but still a disaster.
Improvement is measured in wins: McFarland's Ulster out to mark progress with knockout statement
Ulster find themselves in a strikingly similar position to where they were last year as they aim to rubber-stamp their development on Saturday in Edinburgh.
'Here we are again. A global crisis rages and a government clown car is ablaze with a conflagration of its own making'
Lise Hand draws parallels between Fianna Fáil past and present: “It was this lethal combination of incoherence and arrogance which did it for the government in 2011.”
Daniel Kinahan to step away from boxing, claims MTK president
Bob Yalen has alleged that the backlash against Kinahan stems from ‘the hearsay testimony of biased parties’.
Joyce off the mark as Galway edge Mayo on penalties following late fightback
Galway trailed by six points with only minutes remaining but forced a shootout with a late, late burst.
Farrell's reign must see change after Ireland deliver 'D game' in Tokyo
The Englishman now takes over and the 2023 World Cup has to be the primary focus.
Ireland get another reminder that football from the Charlton era no longer works in the modern game
The Boys in Green were well beaten by Switzerland in Geneva last night.
Katy Hayward: 50 days out from Brexit, could a Northern Ireland-specific backstop be the key to a deal?
What was anathema yesterday is apparently the favoured option today, writes Katy Hayward.
Liverpool produce second miracle on one of the all-time great European nights
The Reds came back from a 3-0 deficit to shock Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals.
Warren Gatland set for 2021 Lions role - report
A British newspaper says the board hoped to agree terms with the experienced New Zealander within a month.
Presentation College Athenry advance to second consecutive Croke Cup final with victory over Midleton CBS
Meanwhile, St Michael’s Enniskillen captured their first MacRory Cup since 2012 in Armagh.
For the second year in a row, Man City beat Leicester on penalties in EFL Cup quarter-final
Kevin De Bruyne also scored with a brilliant strike after making his first start since returning from injury.
'I was thinking 'here we go, déjà vu...': Gatland thrilled to turn tables on Australia
Wales are in red hot form as this marks their seventh straight win.
'I just improvised it. I made my legs like spaghetti'
Bruce Grobbelaar expects Roma to wobble as Liverpool eye a repeat of their 1984 triumph.
12 months on, Sarsfields' Sister Act and their dad seek All-Ireland redemption
Orlaith McGrath has captained the Galway outfit back to Croke Park where they face Slaughtneil in a repeat of the 2017 decider.
'It’s still fresh in the memory so we want to try and avenge that'
Martin O’Neill’s Ireland will face familiar foes when the inaugural Uefa Nations League gets underway this Autumn.
'He has a massive heart' - Un De Sceaux triumphs for third successive year at Ascot
Elsewhere, in the day’s other big race at Haydock, The New One achieved a fourth consecutive win.
Nigel Farage says maybe there should be a second Brexit referendum
He says that a second referendum would result in a “much bigger” majority for the Leave campaign.
'The champions are back!' Jamie Vardy-inspired Leicester earn stunning win over Liverpool
The Foxes began life without Claudio Ranieri in impressive fashion.
Ex-Ireland international becomes Oldham manager for 5th time
John Sheridan has made a swift return to management after leaving Notts County recently.
Another UFC press conference descends into chaos as McGregor and Alvarez are kept apart
It got a little wild at Madison Square Garden this evening.
Plans for Conor McGregor's next fight appear to have run into a Dana White-shaped obstacle
There may be trouble ahead… again.
Kerry and Mayo set up second successive All-Ireland junior final clash
The Kingdom earned a 4-17 to 3-10 victory against Lancashire today.
They've gone and done it again! 90th minute Griezmann header to France's rescue
2 – 0 doesn’t even begin to tell the story.
The worst kind of birthday surprise: Reus left out of Germany's Euros squad
It’s the second successive major tournament the talented Borussia Dortmund attacker will miss through injury.
Will we have another election? Looking back to 1927 could help us find the answer
The 1980s brought three votes in 18 months, but arguably the two general elections of 1927 offer a better parallel for the current situation, writes Ciara Meehan
Irish rents have scored a new record - and it's not a good one
Prices have topped the peaks of even the Celtic Tiger property bubble.
Ibrahim Halawa's trial has been delayed yet again
After more than two year’s imprisonment without trial Tallaght teenager Halawa was supposed to learn his fate today.
These are 5 things that could wreck Ireland's economy all over again
The OECD has a lot to say about where the country is headed in its latest survey.
Another new contract on the eve of a Rugby World Cup, but Schmidt deal is excellent business
The IRFU have made a habit of handing out rewards before the big show, but The Joe Show is a different beast.
Peru officially 3rd best team in South America partially thanks to this superb volley
Andre Carrillo and Paolo Guerrero were the heroes for their side.
Did the banks get ANOTHER bailout 'by stealth' - to the tune of €10 billion?
Nama took its turn before the banking inquiry today.
The Championship Player of the Year has hinted he'd consider playing for Ireland
Joe Garner, Jack Grealish and Mark Noble are not the only English-born players being linked with the Boys in Green.
A touch of Klaasen sees Dutch get the better of Spain once again
Guus Hiddink’s side earned a 2-0 win over La Roja in Amsterdam.