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# Walkout

Last year
Ten Hag confirms Ronaldo refused to go on as a sub against Spurs
Manager says the striker ‘remains important’ to squad.
All time
Mets and Marlins stage walk-off after 42 seconds of silence
The teams made a strong statement on the eve of MLB’s Jackie Robinson Day.
'Sinister and sad': Downing Street accused of Trump-like tactics after journalists banned from Brexit briefing
Number 10 was due to give a briefing on Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans.
Part of O'Connell Bridge in Dublin blocked by International Women's Day protestors
Gardaí are at the scene of the demonstration.
Mayo boss Leahy: 'Us men who are involved in a ladies sport need to be protected as well'
Following the 2018 saga, Leahy had quite a lot to get off his chest.
Google's Dublin employees stage walkout over company's treatment of women
Last week Google said it had fired 48 employees in the past two years as a result of sexual harassment allegations.
'We want the best for Mayo' - Players leave the door open for 12 departed team-mates in 2019
Sarah Rowe is happy to draw a line under the row and move on.
'It was like a personal attack that evening': Former Mayo captain gives specifics on welfare issues
Sarah Tierney spoke last night and explained her reasons for leaving Peter Leahy’s panel.
Departed players and WGPA release statements following Mayo walkout
‘We have stepped away from the panel for player welfare issues that are personal and sensitive to the players involved.’
Graeme Souness apologises after Sky Sports walkout
The Liverpool legend was not happy with the way he was treated at the weekend.
'Enough is enough': School students across the US stage walkouts against gun violence
The protests come after 17 people were killed during a school shooting in Florida last month.
Strike4Repeal to stage walkout on 8 March
A number of businesses will also support their staff in walking out.
Watch: Not one, but two TDs have just been thrown out of the Dáil for getting very angry
Independent TD Finian McGrath became irate following the Taoiseach’s initial response to questioning regarding overcrowding in emergency departments. Jerry Buttimer soon followed.
WATCH: Fianna Fáil lead Dáil walkout after row over water services legislation
Sinn Féin and independent TDs joined them as the government’s attempts to dispose of the Water Services Bill this week drew condemnation.
Revised Budget figures presented to Dáil - including Croke Park 2 cuts
Opposition parties say Brendan Howlin shouldn’t have compiled Budget figures assuming that Croke Park 2 would be accepted.
Opposition TDs abandon committee over Budget’s Croke Park 2 figures
TDs from Sinn Féin, Fianna Fáil and the independent ranks say Budget figures should not assume the passage of Croke Park 2.
Gardaí will not face sanction after Shatter conference walk-out
Four sergeants from Carlow-Kilkenny say they have full confidence in the Garda Commissioner, and the matter is now ‘resolved’.
Garda sergeants to face disciplinary action following conference walkout
The four sergeants walked out of the AGSI conference on Monday. The AGSI is supporting their decision.
Lufthansa cancels 64 flights after cabin crew walkout
The eight hour strike follows a breakdown of talks between the airline and trade union UFO over pay increases and temporary staff.
Video: Opposition parties walkout of Dáil over Gaeltacht Bill
The government’s move to push the bill through before the Dáil rises for the summer was met with protest by opposition TDs.
Earley on Mortimer: 'You just don’t do that in the week of a big game'
The former Roscommon star believes Mort will regret his decision to leave the Mayo panel.
Economics students walkout of Harvard to join Occupy movement
Nearly 70 students walked out of an economics class at the prestigious university claiming that teaching was biased towards capitalism.
Opposition TDs walk out of Dáil over lack of discussion on Anglo bondholders
Gerry Adams said the Government was refusing to properly debate the payment of over €700m to bondholders.
'Fleeing' Democratic politicians to return to suspended Indiana House
Dozens of members of Indiana’s state congress return to duty, ending a weeks-long standoff over Republican anti-union bills.