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Ireland: Tax - Matheson

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of tax laws and regulations applicable in Ireland.
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Ireland: Pensions Update - Autumn/Winter 2020 - Eversheds Sutherland

It has been a tumultuous year, and in our newsletter, we focus on some of the current issues arising for pension schemes. A number of these themes were also explored in our recent pensions webinar,...
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Nick Cave accuses BBC of 'mutilating' Fairytale of New York

The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl song, to be played in a censored version on some BBC radio stations, will be ‘stripped of its value’, says CaveNick Cave has accused the BBC of “mutilating” Fairytale of New York, following the broadcaster’s recent decision to play a censored version of the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl’s festive classic on Radio 1.The BBC recently announced that the 1987 hit would still be played in its original form on Radio 2, while 6 Music DJs would be able to choose either version....
Tags: Music, New York, Media, UK News, Bbc, Culture, Ireland, Pop and rock, Nick Cave, Kirsty MacColl, Pogues, The Pogues, CaveNick Cave


Ireland: The Aftermath Of Schrems II – Examining The EDPB's Draft Recommendations For International Data Transfers - Arthur Cox

The European Data Protection Board (the "EDPB") has published its draft recommendations on measures that supplement transfer tools
Tags: News, Ireland, International Data Transfers Arthur Cox, European Data Protection Board, EDPB


Ireland: Update – The Residential Tenancies Act 2020 - BHSM

The Residential Tenancies Act 2020 is another piece of emergency legislation that has evolved as a result of COVID-19 it recognises the difficulties that would be faced by tenants in finding alternative accommodation ...
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Coronavirus: Ireland's shops reopen as restrictions eased

The Republic of Ireland opens all retail, hairdressers, museums and libraries after six-week closure.
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EU will not fall into Brexit 'negotiating trap', UK told

Irish foreign minister also calls for avoidance of blame game as ‘truth of Brexit’ becomes clearSenior Irish and French and ministers have warned that the EU is not going to fall into a Brexit “negotiating trap” being laid by the UK as both sides entered into what the British foreign secretary, Dominic Raab, has described as “the last week or so” of substantive talks. Simon Coveney, who has had a leading role in the first phase of negotiations over the Irish border, said at the same time both si...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Foreign, Brexit, Simon Coveney, Dominic Raab, Fishing Industry


EU will not fall into Brexit 'negotiating trap' over fishing, UK told

Irish foreign minister also calls for avoidance of blame game as ‘truth of Brexit’ becomes clearThe Irish foreign minister has warned that the EU is not going to fall into a Brexit “negotiating trap” being laid by the UK as both sides entered into what his British counterpart, Dominic Raab, has described as “the last week or so” of substantive talks.Simon Coveney, who has had a leading role in the first phase of negotiations over the Irish border, said at the same time both sides must avoid enga...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Brexit, Simon Coveney, Dominic Raab, Fishing Industry


Post-Brexit trade deal possible, says Coveney

Failure to strike a deal would be "so costly and so disruptive", says Ireland's foreign affairs minister.
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Ireland 23-10 Georgia: Irish secure second place in Autumn Nations Cup Group A

Ireland make heavy weather of beating a tenacious Georgia but prevail 23-10 to secure second place in Autumn Nations Cup Group A.
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Ireland 23-10 Georgia: Irish secure second-place finish in Autumn Nations Cup Group A

Ireland make heavy weather of beating a tenacious Georgia but prevail with a 23-10 win to secure second place in Autumn Nations Cup Group A.
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Coronavirus live news: US hospitalisations at record level as Victoria passes elimination benchmark

US surpasses 13m Covid cases as experts urge caution over Thanksgiving weekend; Trudeau previously warned country would not get first doses; Italy to ease measures in five regions 11.23pm GMT Between 100,000 and 150,000 people will be able to return to work in Ireland over the next week or so as all shops, restaurants, gyms and pubs serving food reopen, Business Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday.The number of people claiming temporary coronavirus-related jobless benefits has risen by almo...
Tags: Europe, Science, Germany, US, World news, Ireland, Infectious Diseases, Italy, Victoria, Leo Varadkar, Trudeau, Coronavirus


Coronavirus: Ireland to reopen shops and other sectors next week

Retail outlets, hairdressers, museums and libraries are to reopen in the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday.
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Ireland: RGB Plastering Limited v Tawe Drylining And Plastering Limited - Beale & Co

In the case of RGB Plastering Limited v Tawe Drylining and Plastering Limited the TCC considered the validity of an application for payment under the terms of the subcontract between the parties
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Ireland: The Central Bank Of Ireland Adds To The List Of Pre-Approval Controlled Functions - William Fry

On 5 October 2020, the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) published new additions to the list of Pre-Approval Controlled Functions (PCFs).
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How the Late Late Toy Show became an unlikely Irish TV institution

Annual special – where garish sweaters meet unrestrained children – airs on Friday eveningIt is possibly the most anticipated moment in Ireland’s cultural calendar, a television event that draws huge ratings, unites the diaspora and is parsed as a barometer for the mood of the nation.Expectation builds months in advance, rumours about the theme, leaks about participants, sometimes alarm that the formula may change. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Television, Media, Children, Christmas, World news, Culture, Ireland, Television & radio


Coronavirus live news: fears African vaccination may not start until mid-2021; Greek patients airlifted to Athens

Health campaigners fear Africa near the back of queue for vaccines; patients airlifted from northern Greece to Athens; Swedish royals test positiveUS cases, hospitalisations and deaths rise amid Thanksgiving rushSurge of Aids-related deaths feared as Covid pandemic puts gains at riskChristmas and Covid: is mixing households a good idea?See all our coronavirus coverage 3.19pm GMT Hello everyone, I am running the Guardian’s global live feed today, bringing you the latest updates. Please do get...
Tags: Europe, Science, Greece, Africa, UK News, World news, US news, Asia Pacific, Ireland, Infectious Diseases, Athens, Coronavirus


Ireland: Irish Investment Limited Partnerships And Closed-ended Funds Update - Dillon Eustace

As readers will be aware, a Bill to amend The Investment Limited Partnerships Act, 1994, which governs the establishment and operation of regulated investment limited partnerships in...
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Teacher's decades-old find turns out to be Ireland's first-ever dinosaur fossils

You never know what you might find while walking along the beach.
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Ireland: A Practical Guide To Adjudication Under The Construction Contracts Act 2013 - Beale & Co

Adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2013 (Act) is a very accessible and efficient method of resolving payment disputes on construction projects
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Coronavirus: Ireland to ease restrictions for 'close to two weeks'

The Irish government hopes to relax the restrictions in the Republic for "close to two weeks".
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Biden issues Boris Johnson with new Brexit warning, saying the UK's border with Ireland must remain open

Joe Biden and Boris Johnson Getty President-elect Joe Biden has issued Boris Johnson with a further warning about his Brexit plans, saying wants to avoid the emergence of any border between Ireland and the United Kingdom. 'We want to make sure — we've worked too long to get Ireland worked out ... The idea of having a border north and south once again being closed is just not right, we've just got to keep the border open,' Biden said. Biden was echoing concerns from other senior Democrats t...
Tags: Politics, UK, London, News, Trends, Eu, Joe Biden, Ireland, United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, European Commission, Boris Johnson, Brussels, Johnson, Biden, Brexit


Ireland: Government Plan Goes To Waste - Beale & Co

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has consulted on a revised Waste Management Plan for England ("the Plan").
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Brexit: Biden says no to hard border in Ireland

President-Elect Biden says closing the border would be "just not right".
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Ireland: The Regulation Of Crowdfunding In Ireland – An Update - Philip Lee

The regulation of crowdfunding in Ireland, and indeed a unified approach across Europe has been long awaited.
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Ireland: Recent High Court Decision – Discovery Of Wind Farm Data In The Context Of S.160 Planning Injunction Proceedings - Philip Lee

The High Court has ordered a wind farm operator to make discovery of raw wind farm data and other records to plaintiffs who have alleged in section 160 planning injunction proceedings that the...
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'Mine was better, Jonny's was not too bad' - which wonder-try was the best?

Was Jonny May's superb score against Ireland on Saturday better than Chris Ashton's sublime long-range effort against Australia a decade before? Rugby Union Weekly, including Ashton himself, argues it out.
Tags: News, Australia, Ireland, Chris Ashton, Ashton, Jonny, Jonny May, Rugby Union Weekly


Ashton 2010 or May 2020? Rugby Union Weekly debates which wonder try was better

Was Jonny May's superb score against Ireland on Saturday better than Chris Ashton's sublime long-range effort against Australia a decade before? Rugby Union Weekly, including Ashton himself, argues it out.
Tags: News, Australia, Ireland, Chris Ashton, Ashton, Jonny May, Rugby Union Weekly


Antrim dinosaur bones belong to different species

The only dinosaur bones ever found in Ireland have been confirmed to belong to two different species.
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The EU thanks Joe Biden for his 'clear support' in Brexit dispute with the UK

Boris Johnson and Joe Biden Getty The EU has thanked President-elect Joe Biden for his support after he warned Boris Johnson not to undermine the Good Friday Agreement in pursuit of a favourable Brexit deal. Charles Michel, the president of the European Council, 'thanked the President-elect for his clear support of the Withdrawal Agreement the EU concluded with the UK last year.' It came after Biden publicly warned Boris Johnson in October that a UK-US trade deal was off the table if Boris...
Tags: Politics, UK, News, Trends, Eu, Joe Biden, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Biden, Brexit, Great Britain, Trump, State, European Council



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