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# Letter from London

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# Final Four
Letter from London: World Cup moves swiftly on without Schmidt's Ireland
Murray Kinsella checks in from the English capital as the tournament heads into the semi-finals.
# no sympathy
Letter from London: Ireland's fans gleefully hail England's chariot halting
Murray Kinsella reports from the English capital as Ireland set off for Cardiff.
# London Calling
Letter from London: Schmidt's men return to the big city lights for Italian test
After a quiet week of hard work in Guildford, Ireland headed back into the English capital yesterday afternoon.
# chugging along
Letter from London: Surrey comfort allows Ireland keep eyes fixed on the job
Guildford is a quiet enclave far removed from the hustle and bustle of London and the World Cup.
# Twickers Thriller
Letter from London: Wales chop low to wobble wheels of English chariot
Murray Kinsella was at Twickenham last night as Wales produced a stunning final quarter.
# next step
Letter from London: Schmidt's Ireland get World Cup show on the road
Murray Kinsella has landed in the English capital after a week at St. George’s Park.
# Letter from London
Four men and a lady: Political deadlock could means days of fraught talks
Forming coalition governments comes natural to Irish politicians, but the same is not true across the water.
# Letter from London
The Cork connection to the most marginal constituency in England
Just 42 votes separated the winning Labour candidate and her Conservative rival in 2010. Now a second generation Irishman is targeting the seat for the Tories.
# Letter from London
Two days to go and some people are still making their minds up
We’re in London ahead of the UK general election on Thursday. Here’s what we’ve found out so far.