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Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah appears to delete social media accounts Some are speculating the Egyptian is looking to focus on his side’s Premier League title charge. (Darren Staples/PA) Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah appears to have deleted his social media accounts. Viewers of the Egyptian star’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages on Wednesday are met with error messages saying the “page doesn’t exist”. The change comes...
Matthew Norman: 'Brexit: a sadomasochistic game with no explosive end - anyone want to play?' Theresa May continued her remake of ‘Weekend At Bernie’s’ by sticking the “No £65 fee for EU nationals” shawl on the corpse to convince the mob it’s alive. Photo: REUTERS/Toby Melville In the early hours of this morning, I accidentally killed an Oscar-nominated actress with a...
FF-led boycott of goods 'from occupied lands' could threaten tech investment Money talks: Bono joins a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. A Fianna Fáil-backed bill that seeks to boycott goods from the Occupied Palestinian Territories could jeopardise US investment in Ireland. As the economy faces the threat of Brexit, it has been claimed that the proposed law...
French footballer rebukes Twitter critic over Emiliano Sala tributes Sala is missing after his flight from Nantes to Cardiff disappeared over the English Channel. (David Vincent/AP) A French footballer has passionately defended the outpouring of tributes for “inspirational” missing footballer Emiliano Sala. Nice winger Allan Saint-Maximin, 21, responded after a Twitter user criticised a tribute by French journalist Margot Dumont to the Cardiff...
Lack of skilled workers will delay vital building projects, warns Donohoe Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins Vital building projects such as new primary care centres face being delayed because there are not enough skilled workers in the economy, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has warned. The minister is worried that the State will struggle to compete with the private sector for...
© Reuters. A money changer counts Euro banknotes at a currency exchange office in Nice By Tommy Wilkes LONDON (Reuters)...
Danny Dyer’s new show is a right royal hit on social media The EastEnders actor charts his regal lineage in a two-part BBC One series Danny Dyer (Ian West/PA) The first episode of Danny Dyer’s Right Royal Family proved popular with viewers and was trending on Twitter in the UK. The EastEnders star discovered in 2016 he is related to Thomas Cromwell, Edward...
Economy given €9m lift by aviation conferences   'There are 50 aircraft-leasing companies based in Ireland, and the sector here employs about 5,000 people, directly and indirectly' (stock photo) Two major international aviation conferences getting under way in Dublin this week are expected to contribute at least €9m to the economy as more than 5,500 delegates descend on the capital. The two events...
Richard Curran: 'Brexit gets ugly as firms push the button on doomsday plans' Making the cut: Since the Brexit referendum, the top three meat processors in Ireland have all spent millions acquiring or developing further processing capacity in the UK Is your business Brexit-ready? It's a question that Enterprise Ireland has been asking client companies for the best part of two-and-a-half...
Nurse (36) charged with raping severely disabled patient (20s) who gave birth unexpectedly This photo provided by Maricopa County SheriffÕs Office shows Nathan Sutherland. Phoenix police say Sutherland, a licensed practical nurse, has been arrested on a charge of sexual assault of an incapacitated woman who gave birth last month at a long-term health care facility. Phoenix Police Chief Jeri...

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