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# As it happened

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2022
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Wales v England, World Cup
Relive all the action as it happened at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium.
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Liz Truss holds seven-minute press conference after sacking her Chancellor
In a major u-turn, Truss has confirmed she is reversing her policy to scrap the rise in corporation tax from 19% to 25%.
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Theresa May's Brexit deal defeated for a second time by 'thumping' majority
The draft Withdrawal Agreement suffered a 149-vote defeat tonight, in another blow to Theresa May’s deal.
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'The agreement stands': Leo says DUP does not represent everyone in Northern Ireland
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says it’s now up the UK to come back to them.
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Taoiseach says there's no need for Ireland to use Brexit veto
Ireland was pulled back from the brink of an election yesterday but it was business as usual in the Dáil today.
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'70% of Irish women who have abortions in the UK are in relationships and nearly half are already mothers'
Representatives from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service and support group One Day More addressed the Eighth Amendment Committee today.
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'She may not have thrown McCabe to the wolves but she allowed them free rein'
Frances Fitzgerald is under pressure today over questions about a ‘forgotten email’.
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Gerry Adams: 'Instead of being a Taoiseach for the elites, can't you become a Taoiseach for the homeless?'
The Taoiseach was grilled about the homelessness and housing crisis during Leaders’ Questions today.
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Leo says he wants a new Garda Commissioner in place 'sooner rather than later'
Housing, Maurice McCabe and a new Garda Commissioner were all discussed during Leaders’ Questions.
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Martin criticises Shane Ross for tweeting about Man Utd game on the eve of the rail strike
The Taoiseach said both parties should go back to the table to sort out the rail dispute.
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As Leo helps with Storm Ophelia clean-up, a new storm is brewing over pensions
Fianna Fáil is tabling a motion on the pensions issue today.
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'Abortion on demand' or 'requesting healthcare'? Eighth Committee debates human rights
The Eighth Amendment Committee is met for the third time today.
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Varadkar says there is 'no value' in holding a referendum on the public ownership of Irish Water
The Taoiseach took Leaders’ Questions in the Dáil this morning.
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'I do not yet know the net cost' - Varadkar grilled on new strategic communications unit
Leo Varadkar was back in the hot seat today, after days of clashes in the Dáil last week.
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Tánaiste asked about boost to Garda Commissioner's salary as Leo tries out his ploughing skills
It’s day two of the new Dáil term.
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Taoiseach told it took Europe to take action on skyrocketing insurance hikes
Irish-based insurance companies were raided yesterday as part of investigations into alleged price-fixing.
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Taoiseach told Defence Forces families can't afford to put food on the table
It’s time for Leaders’ Questions.
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Taoiseach says separating elderly married couple was 'devoid of humanity'
It’s Leaders’ Questions at Leinster House.
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Clare Daly says Garda scandals will be a stain on Enda's legacy as Taoiseach
Today was possibly the last time Enda Kenny will take Leaders’ Questions.
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Enda Kenny: 'We cannot have children living in fear in urine soaked clothes'
The Taoiseach says he is “not happy” with the latest report on child protection and says he will speak to all involved.
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Taoiseach on FitzPatrick case collapse: 'The taxpayer must pick up the tab'
It’s time for Leaders’ Questions at Leinster House.
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'These people are scumbags': Attack on elderly couple raised in the Dáil
It’s high noon at Leinster House.
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Dáil hears how vulture fund is evicting tenants and starting to charge for hot water
Richard Boyd-Barrett raised the issue of a Nama sale to Cerberus.
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Maternity hospital on agenda as TDs return from Easter break
An Taoiseach has been answering questions around who will own the National Maternity Hospital.
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'The only one in the whole country supporting the commissioner is you' - Wallace
Stay with us as we take you through Leaders’ Questions.
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Enda Kenny describes Tuam burial site as a 'chamber of horrors'
Stay with us as we take you through Leaders’ Questions.
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Leaders' Questions: Kenny on the floor of Christmassy Dáil as rents hit the headlines
Follow our liveblog.
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Leaders ask Gerry Adams to give a statement on Brian Stack investigation tomorrow
Brian Stack’s murder investigation, postage stamp price hikes, and water charges refunds were among the issues from today.
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“Ministers on their own can’t operate solo runs": Taoiseach fields questions about Minister Ross
Enda Kenny asked about water charges, trolley numbers and judicial appointments.
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Taoiseach pressured on public sector pay in Leaders' Questions
Jokes about trains some slightly odd interruptions provided mild diversions in this afternoon’s session.
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1916 Liveblog: The Rising is over - 362 dead, hundreds more injured and the fate of the rebel leaders is unknown
Moment by moment, TheJournal.ie is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
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1916 Liveblog Day 5: Pádraig Pearse has ordered the total evacuation of the GPO
Moment by moment, TheJournal.ie is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
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1916 Liveblog Day 4: Dublin burns and 32 civilians killed in a bloody, bitter day for the Rising
Moment by moment, TheJournal.ie is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
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1916 Liveblog Day 3: 73 people dead on the worst day of the Rising so far
Moment by moment, TheJournal.ie is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
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1916 Liveblog Day 2: 37 people were killed today, mostly civilians
Moment by moment, TheJournal.ie is following what happened during the 1916 Rising one hundred years ago.
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1916 Liveblog: 55 dead as rebels take over the GPO, the Four Courts and Stephen's Green
Moment by moment, TheJournal.ie is following what happened during the 1916 Rising which began on Easter Monday one hundred years ago.
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England v Ireland, summer international
Ireland are in the home dressing room in Twickenham. This is no ordinary international fixture.
Sep 5th 2015, 4:26 PM FULL-TIME! England 21 Ireland 13
Sep 5th 2015, 4:24 PM PENALTY! England 21 Ireland 13 (Farrell ’77)
Sep 5th 2015, 3:50 PM TRY! England 15 Ireland 11 (O’Connell ’52)
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Liverpool 0-0 Sunderland, Premier League
We went minute-by-minute as Liverpool looked for their third straight Premier League win.
# dying moments
Relive Ireland's win over Australia with Michael Corcoran’s thrilling RTÉ commentary
Hearts were in mouths and Irish fans were watching through their fingers in Dublin.
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Leinster v Glasgow Warriors, RaboDirect PRO12
Matt O’Connor’s men have several players seeking to play themselves into Six Nations contention.