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Dylan Moran did an AMA on Reddit last night and the answers were predictably brilliant
All the sarcasm.
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'It's never mattered more': Brits living in Ireland have until tomorrow to have a say in general election
UK citizens living in Ireland who registered to vote up to 15 years ago can vote in the upcoming general election.
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'So, uh, what's been going on since I've been gone?': Obama returns to public spotlight
The former president said he hoped to pass the baton on to the leaders of the future.
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'This is our weapon' - Is the future of the protest in Ireland under threat?
Ahead of the trial of a number of Jobstown protesters, activists have urged members of the public to stand up for their right to demonstrate.
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Aziz Ansari went in on Donald Trump with his Saturday Night Live monologue
And he’s winning praise from all over.
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Austrian brothel offers free sex in protest against high taxes
The owner said he will pay the women working for him to make up for what they would normally get from clients.
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Experts say desk workers should stand four hours a day - we tested it out
And we weren’t big fans of the idea – but maybe we’re just lazy.
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Water, abortion rights and determined sit-ins: 2014 was a year of Irish protests
You guys were not taking anything sitting down in 2014.
Diary of a First Time Dad: Night-time protests and second helpings
Our young girl is now 10 months old and has developed both a strong personality and a roaming nature.
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This day 30 years ago the Dunnes Stores anti-apartheid strike began
The strike lasted almost three years and Nelson Mandela later told the small group of workers that their stand had helped him to keep going during his time in prison.