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Belgian PM quits after government collapses in wake of migration row Resignation: Belgium’s Prime Minister Charles Michel. Photo: Reuters Charles Michel resigned as prime minister of Belgium last night after his coalition government collapsed in the face of virulent opposition to his signing of a UN migration pact from his erstwhile partners. Mr Michel, a French-speaking liberal, lost the support of the...
Liam Weeks: 'Martin risks the same fate that befell his 'doppelganger' Dukes' Fianna Fail's leader has renewed his party's pact with Fine Gael in the "national interest". It could backfire on him, writes Liam Weeks 'Micheal Martin cannot afford to wait as long as most artists' Photo: Damien Eagers 'When the Government is moving in the right direction, I will not oppose...
People are confessing to the childhood mischief they made when left home alone Social media users took to Twitter to admit all of the hilarious things they did when their parents left them home alone as children. (jacoblund/Getty Images) Children get up to all sorts of nonsense when their parents leave them home alone for the first time, as these social media...
Oil and gas exploration bill stuck in Dail limbo People Before Profit TD Brid Smith sponsors the bill A bill designed to stop new oil and gas exploration licences being issued for Irish waters is in procedural limbo. An Oireachtas committee of TDs and Senators was split 6-6 yesterday on whether to send the bill to the Dail for the next stage...

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