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Monday, 12 November 2018

One in ten teachers in Ireland are victims of online bullying – with majority coming from their own ...

One in ten teachers in Ireland are victims of online bullying – with majority coming from their own ...
- Research by DCU's Anti-Bullying Centre has found that 59 per cent of the victimisation came from students and most of it was on social media.

How a dismal Brexit deal reunited the Johnsons

How a dismal Brexit deal reunited the Johnsons
- The guy with the hair has a brother and he's anti-Brexit? .... of how to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic after Brexit.

Boris Johnson's Brother Quits as UK Transport Minister Over 'Terrible Brexit Mistake'

Boris Johnson's Brother Quits as UK Transport Minister Over 'Terrible Brexit Mistake'
- Jo Johnson, the Remain-backing brother of Brexit figurehead Boris ... But May has drawn the fury of her Northern Irish allies the Democratic ...

Have we made any new progress on Brexit and the Irish border?

Have we made any new progress on Brexit and the Irish border?
- DUP leader Arlene Foster said yesterday her party has "only one red line" which is that Northern Ireland cannot be distanced from their "precious ...

Businesses must speak out on a second Brexit referendum

Businesses must speak out on a second Brexit referendum
- Britain's business community has tried to play a constructive role in Brexit. ... plus a significant risk to the peace and prosperity in Northern Ireland.

Indian community in Ireland estimated to be 40000 strong

Indian community in Ireland estimated to be 40000 strong
- The Indian community in Ireland is estimated to be more than three times bigger than the number of people have their nationality as Indian in the last ...

Forgotten by whom? The memory of World War I in Ireland

Forgotten by whom? The memory of World War I in Ireland
- She proclaimed boldly that “the men who went to France have been betrayed”. World War I was never forgotten in Ireland. Its meaning and the best ...

How this EY Ireland partner was prepared to 'sacrifice her career' by speaking about being gay ...

How this EY Ireland partner was prepared to 'sacrifice her career' by speaking about being gay ...
- Newly admitted to the firm's Irish partnership, Catherine shared with Independent.ie how she was faced with a dilemma on that evening before her first ...

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