Enda Kenny says a clause in Good Friday Agreement could be triggered to allow for future vote
'It’s the most serious, difficult issue facing the country for 50 years,' said John Bruton, who was Irish prime minister between 1994 and 1997
€300 billion of assets were transferred to Ireland last year as companies moved their headquarters to take advatage of its 12.5% corporation tax, but some have questioned the figures
‘When you look though the prism of foreign direct investment, London’s loss could be Dublin’s gain’
'Good luck,' says French newspaper
'Look at the result this way, it was not the most logical, rational or desirable, but it was the most obvious'
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
Whatever the result, the establishment will ensure we still live in a society based on the principles of neoliberal economics
The Brexit campaign has made much of its ties to the Commonwealth, particularly its richest members. But it doesn’t take a great leap of imagination to see that a break up of Britain could sever what remains of their umbilical cords
Damien Jimmy Horan from Tullamore is believed to have been piloting the aircraft when it crashed
He is the first Fine Gael leader in history to secure two terms in power back to back
Irish police say investigations to establish the circumstances are ongoing
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The sketch of Sir Roger Casement in the Tower of London in 1916, drawn three weeks after he was arrested after landing from a German submarine in Ireland, shows him reclining on a bench. One leg is crossed under him and the other hangs down, revealing a torn and ragged trouser end and a battered boot without any shoelaces.
A politically sophisticated and cosmopolitan Irish nationalist, Sir Roger understood the exploitation of the weak by the strong and of small nations by large
The story claimed an Islamist had taken over a local landmark in Kildare