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England primed to ‘return to normality’ on 19 July with restrictions rolled back
According to The Sunday Times, mask wearing will become voluntary in all settings.
Grace O'Sullivan just 327 votes ahead of Liadh Ní Riada in battle for final Ireland South seat
Ni Riada has ordered a full recount and recheck, which will commence tomorrow.
Theresa May wins over her Cabinet on Brexit deal that Barnier says avoids hard border
The UK premier announced a speech after briefing her Cabinet on the latest Brexit deal draft.
Coveney: 'Brexit deal is possible next month... If UK negotiators step up efforts'
The Foreign Affairs Minister said the UK would have to sign up to commitments it had made on the Irish backstop.
The man who broke Irish hearts at Croke Park confirms imminent retirement from rugby
Vincent Clerc, winner of 67 international caps for France, has announced he will retire at the end of the season.
Hopes for verdict as Halawa back in court again today
Halawa’s verdict was due on 28 August, however, it was adjourned until today.
Taoiseach will ask Egyptian President to allow Ibrahim Halawa return home after his trial
It is expected that a verdict will be delivered in Halawa’s case on Monday.
Bus Éireann strike: 'All sides committed to conclusion in next 24 hours'
All sides will be back around the table at the WRC at around 10am.
Mandate and Tesco agree to 'without prejudice' talks with a view to ending ongoing strike
The eight Tesco stores affected by the strike are set to be joined by another eight more tomorrow.
The appeals against the marriage referendum result are in the last chance saloon
Both parties involved have lodged an application to appeal with the Supreme Court.
Raheem Sterling withdrawn from Liverpool pre-season squad
Manchester City have already had two bids for the youngster turned down.
Irish adventurers near end of 16,000km trek from Istanbul to Shanghai
Maghnus Collins and David Burns are 450km from the finishing post but more challenges are in-store.