Team news as London Irish host Worcester Warriors in Sunday's Aviva Premiership fixture at the Madejski Stadium (13:00 GMT).
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's government is "steadfastly" committed to the Belfast agreement, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Tuesday, after several lawmakers questioned whether the 1998 deal that ended 30 years of conflict in Northern Ireland was still working.
London Irish hooker David Paice labels their latest Premiership defeat "embarrassing" as relegation looms.
Team news as Northampton Saints host London Irish in Saturday's Premiership fixture at Franklin's Gardens (15:00 GMT).
DUBLIN (Reuters) - The Irish and British governments will seek to find a way to get talks on restoring Northern Ireland's power-sharing government back on track, with neither contemplating a return of direct rule from London, Ireland's foreign minister said on Thursday.
Britain's departure from the European Union will hit the Irish economy no matter which type of deal is signed between London and Brussels, according to a study published on Tuesday. Research commissioned by the Irish government compared four possible Brexit outcomes to the status quo scenario of Britain remaining in the EU. Show More Summary
Franco van der Merwe says London Irish cannot "creep into their shells" in their fight for Premiership survival.
London (AFP) – Michael O’Neill has been rewarded for leading Northern Ireland to a first major tournament in 30 years with a bumper contract extension till 2024, the Irish FA (IFA) announced on Friday. O’Neill, 48, had been chased by the Scottish FA as they seek to find a successor to Gordon Strachan. Show More Summary
Team news as London Irish host Sale in Saturday's Premiership fixture at the Madejski Stadium (15:00 GMT).
James Marshall backs London Irish to play aggressive rugby in their bid to secure Premiership survival.
Launch of new music::new Ireland at the Irish Embassy, London The Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland (CMC) launched its latest CD, the third album in the promotional recording series new music::new Ireland, at an event at the Irish Embassy in London last night (6 February). Show More Summary
Cormac Lucey, a columnist in the Irish edition of the Times of London laid out a useful analysis a week or two back, excoriating the reliance of Sinn Fein and DUP on a culture war which if not explicitly ruled out by the Belfast Agreement, was explicitly discouraged (£). Show More Summary
London Irish back row Blair Cowan admits he has a battle to break back into a strong Scotland squad.
An Irish college student who was persecuted for her pro-life convictions received an award Wednesday from a leading pro-life group in the United Kingdom. The Irish Times reports Katie Ascough received the Westminster Award in London for her “extraordinary and notable work and achievements that safeguard the dignity and right to life of human beings.” […]
LONDON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Coach Warren Gatland says he feels refreshed after his British and Irish Lions interlude and he will need all that energy as his injury-ravaged Wales side get ready to host in-form Scotland in their Six Nations opener on Feb. 3.
Team news as Krasny Yar host London Irish in Saturday's European Challenge Cup fixture at Avchala Stadium, Tblisi (13:00 GMT).
Oof. I’m going to need some time with this one. Dolores O’Riordan, Irish lead singer of The Cranberries and the voice of an entire generation (hell, an entire country) has died suddenly. She was 46. O’Riordan was in London working on a new album, when she passed away unexpectedly in her hotel room. Show More Summary
The lead singer of the popular Irish band died suddenly Monday in London, where she had been working on a recording.
Dolores O'Riordan, the lead singer of popular Irish rock band The Cranberries, died Monday in London, her publicist said. She was 46. The post Dolores O’Riordan, The Cranberries Singer, Dead at 46 appeared first on The Good Men Proj...