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Kevin Doyle: 'Incompetent May is her own worst enemy - and she's become ours too'    Cornered herself: British Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street yesterday on her way to the House of Commons. Photo: REUTERS/Henry Nicholls It would be easy to feel sorry for a clearly tired and hoarse Theresa May as she battles to keep her vision of a...
Robin Talbot: We had to about turn after turning out the calves Robin Talbot pictured on the family farm in Ballacolla, Co Laois is a lifelong suckler farmer. Photo: Alf HarveyCalves after moved out after the sale at Kilkenny Mart. Photo: Roger Jones. We have a simple rain gauge that someone got as a Christmas present standing in our garden which...
Slaintecare plan: sites for three new hospitals to solely treat public waiting list patients to be selected this year Roisin Shortall. Photo: Tom Burke Sites for the three new hospitals which will solely treat public waiting list patients are to be selected this year under the Slaintecare plan for 2019. Slaintecare is the ten-year €2.8bn blueprint for the reform of the health...
EML Payments to create 20 jobs in Galway hub Tom Cregan, CEO of EML with IDA Ireland’s Executive Director Mary Buckley Australian payment solutions provider EML Payments is to create 20 jobs with the establishment of a technology and innovation hub in Galway. This follows the group’s acquisition of FinTech company PerfectCard last year in a €6m deal. EML provides prepaid payment services...
Capita boss calls for ‘swift resolution’ to Brexit ahead of Commons vote The group reported underlying pre-tax profits of £282.1m for 2018 The boss of outsourcing giant Capita has called on the Government for a “swift resolution” of Brexit to end damaging uncertainty for UK business ahead of another critical vote in Parliament. (Andrew Matthews/PA) The boss of outsourcing giant Capita has...
Editorial: 'May's tariff plan places our farmers in Brexit crosshairs' 'UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s tariff plan targets Ireland’s weakest spot.' Photo: UK Parliament/Mark Duffy/Handout via Reuters It may not have had quite the impact of the Royal Navy's Helga sailing up the Liffey, all guns blazing at Liberty Hall and the GPO, but the announcement of the new UK tariff...

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Investors' warning to Donohoe over pay caps for Irish bankers Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe. Photo: Frank McGrath Irish bank pay caps and bonus restrictions are now a major worry, a group of investors told Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe, as the Government considers whether to ease pay caps at bailed-out lenders. Mr Donohoe met a shareholder group brought together by Deutsche Bank in...
'Don't bring booze, we'll seize it' - gardai warn against drinking in public places over St Patrick's weekend Gardai will check drinks There will be zero tolerance of drinking in public places this St Patrick's weekend as all alcohol will be confiscated, An Garda Siochana has warned. As half a million punters are expected to descend on the streets of Dublin for...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...

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