BREAKING: World Cup winner and former Rep Of Ireland boss Jack Charlton dies

England World Cup hero and Leeds United legend Jack Charlton has died. The 85-year-old, who also managed the Republic of Ireland, passed away peacefully at his Northumberland home on Friday, his family said. He had been suffering from a long-term illness. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews … Read more BREAKING: World Cup winner and former Rep Of Ireland boss Jack Charlton dies

Britain’s colonial legacy in Ireland under spotlight after Black Lives Matter protests – BBC News

Continuing controversy over the future of some public statues, and protests by the Black Lives Matter movement, are shining a new light on aspects of Britain’s imperial past. For the latest in a series of reports considering the legacy of imperialism, Sophie Raworth presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Fergal Keane, who has been … Read more Britain’s colonial legacy in Ireland under spotlight after Black Lives Matter protests – BBC News

Ireland’s Mother and Baby Scandal (Part 1) | People and Power

Content warning: Some viewers may find this film distressing Six years ago, Catherine Corless, a local historian from County Galway in the Republic of Ireland, discovered that hundreds of babies and young children had died in a home for unmarried pregnant women, run by Roman Catholic nuns in her hometown of Tuam. Further research revealed … Read more Ireland’s Mother and Baby Scandal (Part 1) | People and Power

Many holiday destinations get green light after days of confusion – BBC News

After several days of confusion, a list of around 60 countries that will be exempt from quarantine rules in England has finally been published by the government. The changes will come into effect on 10th July. Spain, France, Germany and Italy are among the countries on the list, meaning visitors from England won’t have to … Read more Many holiday destinations get green light after days of confusion – BBC News

Ryanair plans to run 40% of flights in July with new COVID-19 rules in UK

Speaking to Sky News, in the UK, Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary, told how the company plans to run around 40% of flights in July, after new Covid-19 rules were announced for Britain. Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary plans to implement mandatory face masks and temperature checks to encourage people to fly again. He expects flights to … Read more Ryanair plans to run 40% of flights in July with new COVID-19 rules in UK

Boris under fire for confusing guidelines on easing lockdown restrictions | ABC News

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has laid out a plan to get Britain back to work, but is under fire for delivering confusing guidelines. The blueprint includes the introduction of a 14-day quarantine period for people flying into the UK. But there’s no start date for the arrangement and it doesn’t include arrivals from France … Read more Boris under fire for confusing guidelines on easing lockdown restrictions | ABC News

Govt will apply “extreme caution” to easing lockdown – BBC News

The government has said it will exercise “extreme caution” over lifting the lockdown. Ministers stress it will be a gradual process, not a single leap to freedom. It comes as the Prime Minister prepares to address the nation, to set out the next phase in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile major airlines have called for … Read more Govt will apply “extreme caution” to easing lockdown – BBC News

Travellers entering UK will face 14-day quarantine to minimise COVID-19 cases

The government confirmed its plans to require a two-week quarantine period for travellers entering the UK from any other country apart from the Republic of Ireland. Those arriving at airports will have to provide an address where they will be expected to self-isolate. While some say the measure should have been introduced long ago, others … Read more Travellers entering UK will face 14-day quarantine to minimise COVID-19 cases

Global coronavirus infections outpace China cases – BBC News

New York City is closing schools on Monday, and restaurants, bars and other venues a day later in an effort to halt the spread of the deadly coronavirus. Mayor Bill de Blasio said he decided to act because “our city is facing an unprecedented threat, and we must respond with a wartime mentality”. Separately, the … Read more Global coronavirus infections outpace China cases – BBC News

Coronavirus: Five takeaways from Trump’s Oval Office address – BBC News

US President Donald Trump has addressed the national from the Oval Office at the White House, announcing sweeping new travel restrictions on Europe in a bid to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Travel from Europe to the USA will be suspended for 30 days. A Presidential Proclamation, published shortly after Mr Trump’s address, specified … Read more Coronavirus: Five takeaways from Trump’s Oval Office address – BBC News

Storm Ciara brings snow to UK: After the big breeze comes the big freeze

Storm Ciara’s rain and wind is giving way to hazardous levels of snow and ice across the UK. Heavy snow has started to fall in some regions and a number of weather warnings are in force after the storm caused travel chaos throughout Britain and the Republic of Ireland. Find out more about next named … Read more Storm Ciara brings snow to UK: After the big breeze comes the big freeze

Lifeboat battles monster waves as Storm Ciara hits Weymouth

Lifeboat crew in Weymouth undertook harsh weather training in the midst of Storm Ciara and battled extreme waves. The storm brought travel disruption and flooding across the UK since the weekend. Sunday’s rain and wind is giving way to hazardous levels of snow and ice across the UK. Heavy snow has started to fall in … Read more Lifeboat battles monster waves as Storm Ciara hits Weymouth

Ireland votes in ‘three-horse race’ to form next government

The Republic of Ireland has begun voting in a general election, with Prime Minister Leo Varadkar hoping to secure a new term on the back of Brexit but voters likely to judge him more on his domestic record. Polls opened across the country at 07:00 GMT on Saturday, with a small number of islands off … Read more Ireland votes in ‘three-horse race’ to form next government

Ireland prepares to head to polls in election which could shift political norms | ITV News

If the polls are to be believed, often a big “if” these days, the Republic of Ireland could soon have a new prime minister and a new government by next week. Leo Varadkar, a constant opponent of Brexit, as leader of our closest EU neighbour, says its way to soon to write his political obituary. … Read more Ireland prepares to head to polls in election which could shift political norms | ITV News

Irish Election: Is there a Sinn Féin surge? – BBC Newsnight

The Republic of Ireland is set to vote in the general election, deciding who will lead the country through the next five years. Subscribe to our channel here: https://goo.gl/31Q53F Ireland’s current leader, the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar will be fighting to win a third successive term in government for his party Fine Gael, but faces competition … Read more Irish Election: Is there a Sinn Féin surge? – BBC Newsnight