Trump warns Taoiseach of EU tariff war

Leo Varadkar and Donald Trump yesterday clashed on Brexit, with the US president railing against the EU in a slap-down of the Taoiseach’s remarks on a proposed free trade deal with America.

Leo Varadkar and Donald Trump yesterday clashed on Brexit, with the US president railing against the EU in a slap-down of the Taoiseach's remarks on a proposed free trade deal with America.

FG and FF at war on report about carbon tax increases

Tensions between the “big two” parties over continuing Government co-operation have again surfaced – this time on the key issue of climate change and major hikes in the carbon tax.

Tensions between the "big two" parties over continuing Government co-operation have again surfaced - this time on the key issue of climate change and major hikes in the carbon tax.

Seamus McGrath leaves FF European race ‘due to personal reasons’

European Parliament candidate for Fianna Fáil, Seamus McGrath, has withdrawn from the race, leaving Billy Kelleher as clear front-runner, despite party leader Mícheál Martin’s wishes.

European Parliament candidate for Fianna Fáil, Seamus McGrath, has withdrawn from the race, leaving Billy Kelleher as clear front-runner, despite party leader Mícheál Martin’s wishes.

NI secretary ‘profoundly sorry’ after saying security forces killings were not crimes

Karen Bradley, Britain’s Northern Ireland secretary, has said she is “profoundly sorry” for the “offence and hurt” she caused by suggesting that deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were not crimes.

Karen Bradley, Britain's Northern Ireland secretary, has said she is "profoundly sorry" for the "offence and hurt" she caused by suggesting that deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were not crimes.

‘You’re like a donkey in the last race’ – Ross compares Sinn Fein TD to her ‘thoroughbred’ colleagues

TRANSPORT Minister Shane Ross has been urged to apologise for comparing a female TD to a “donkey” whom he contrasted with her “thoroughbred” colleagues.

TRANSPORT Minister Shane Ross has been urged to apologise for comparing a female TD to a “donkey” whom he contrasted with her “thoroughbred” colleagues.