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Irish citizenship applicants free to leave country

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 10, 2019

Minister of Justice Charlie Flanagan has ruled that applicants of Irish citizenship by naturalization can leave and re-enter the country.  The previous law (ruled earlier in the summer) stated that people who were applying for Irish citizenship could not leave the country for an entire year before the date of their application.  Mr Justice Max […]

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Top 3 events for 10th of September

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 10, 2019

The biggest event of the day in Ireland involves the national football team who are playing a friendly game.  Tuesday 10th of September also has other events in place to keep you engaged as you enjoy all that Ireland has to offer.  Babylon Radio brings you the best three events of the day.  Ireland vs […]

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How to get started as a volunteer in Ireland

By Jessica Sbardelotto / September 9, 2019

Becoming a volunteer in Ireland is one of the best ways to help people in need while learning and getting in touch with your more human side. According to the organisation ‘Volunteer Ireland’, there are over 14,000 volunteers registered in the country, adding up to more than 490,000 volunteer hours in 2016. When analysing gender, […]

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What the UK is saying about the Irish border

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 9, 2019

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson has said there will not be no hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland after October 31st. The UK is made up of four countries, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Republic of Ireland is not a part of the UK and will not be leaving […]

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What will happen to bank accounts for foreigners after Brexit?

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 9, 2019

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union on October 31, 2019, in a move called Brexit and that action will affect many foreigners who have accounts in the region.  People who have bank accounts in the United Kingdom could face numerous difficulties accessing their accounts, the Independent.ie reports. In the event of a […]

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How does Brexit affect non-UK citizens after October 31?

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 2, 2019

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union on October 31, 2019, with or without a deal agreed. Before the Brexit, EU citizens living in the UK must apply for settled status so they can legally stay after free movement ends at the end of October.  For starters, the UK is made up of […]

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Italian Prime Minister resigned after collapse of coalition

By Francesco Iriti / August 21, 2019

The Italian Government will change again in the next couple of months. 14 months after elections, the Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte submitted his resignation to President Sergio Mattarella. The decision was taken after the collapse of the party’s coalition between Five Star Movement (M5S) and Lega. Italian Prime Minister resigned Yesterday evening, Conte spoke on […]

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Dublin Feminist Film Festival discusses gender gap

By Jessica Sbardelotto / August 16, 2019

The 6th edition of the Dublin Feminist Film Festival takes place from 22nd to 24th August, at the Lighthouse Cinema. For the 2019 edition, the festival presents Irish Female Filmmakers as its theme, however, it still keeps women from all over the country in the spotlight and the fight against gender disparity as its focus.  […]

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UK economy suffers before Brexit

By Francesco Iriti / August 9, 2019

The Uk economy has started to suffer before the Brexit. The country is preparing to leave the EU on October 31st but it has to consider the consequences. In fact, Britain’s economy shrank for the first time since 2012 in the second quarter. Uk after Brexit With prime minister Boris Johnson’s government committed to leaving […]

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