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This afternoon.

South King Street, Dublin 2

Duncan James from boyband Blue and ambassador for innocent drink’s new ‘Bolt From The Blue’ beverage unveils a blue (greenish to the eye it must be said) statue of himself at the Irish launch of the new blueberry-based juice.

Any excuse

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This afternoon.

Farmleigh, Phoenix Park, Dublin

Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe with visiting UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid – the third time the Ministers have met in the eight weeks since the Chancellor took up his position.

They must really like each other.

Or we’re completely screwed.

Or both.

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Ah here.

This morning/afternoon.

Government Buildings, Dublin 2

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This morning.

Government Buildings. Dublin 2.

More as we get it.


This morning/afternoon.

North Great George’s Street, Dublin 1

UK Labour remainer and British Lord, Andrew Adonis addressing members of the Institute of International and European Affairs [IIEA].

In his address, Lord Adonis noted that Brexit represents a resurgence of English nationalism and an attempt to ‘finish the Thatcher revolution”.

And Blair did that already.


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Stop that.

The smiling.

This morning.

Former Hollyoaks and Strictly Come Dancing star Danny Mac at an unidentified tea and macaroon emporium in Dublin to announce his casting as male lead – the Johnny Depp Mathieu Kassovitz part –  in Amélie The Musical which arrives in Dublin on May 28 for a limited run at the Gaiety Theatre.

Photocall Ireland

This afternoon.

Government Buildings, Dublin

The EU’s Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, in Dublin to discuss the Brexit crisis ahead of a summit of EU leaders in Brussels on Wednesday.

Taoiseach meets Michel Barnier in Dublin ahead of EU leaders’ summit (RTÉ)

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This afternoon.

Convention Centre, Dublin

Former British Foreign Secretary and  Churchill biographer Boris Johnson arrives at the second day of the Pendulum Business Leadership Summit.

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