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Confusion over whether spectators can attend sports events in Northern Ireland
First Minister Arlene Foster has insisted new coronavirus regulations do not ban spectators in the grounds of elite sports.
# apolitical mess
Comey 'insubordinate' over Clinton probe, FBI texts show 'willingness' to stop Trump
Comey announced in July 2016 that Hillary Clinton should not face prosecution for the personal email scandal.
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Taoiseach to make his own views known on abortion in a 'couple of weeks'
The were calls for the Taoiseach to put his views on abortion on the record today.
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There's been a BIG drop in the number of people buying iPhones
Analysts were expecting worse though, so investors won’t be too unhappy.
Wilfried Bony's move to Man City is now official
The Ivorian striker, who is away on international duty, has completed a move to the Premier League champions.
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Do the RA want back in Fine Gael?: 'No' ... 'I don't know' ... 'Google it'
Call them what you like: the Reform Alliance, ‘the Ra’, ‘Lucinda Creighton’s Reform Allilance’. Just don’t call them a party.
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Sorry, Barack: How many countries punch above their weight?
A Danish broadcaster has had a look at Barack Obama’s comments that Denmark “punches above its weight”…