Irish Republic has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'World news | The Guardian' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Irish Republic had the highest popularity figure in January this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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Recent News
Brexit’s Shadow Looms Over Northern Ireland

[...] people uneasy. “If it turns out that there's a hard border between the North of Ireland the Irish Republic this would be completely unacceptable to Irish nationalists and would be a profound threat, [...]

theatlantic.com

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Storm Doris 'weather bomb': 94mph winds, travel chaos and snow – live updates

[...] #DriveSafe#Central @BEAR_M80 pic.twitter.com/qa1U4be6YS 9.04am GMT Almost 50,000 homes in the Irish Republic are without power this morning mainly due to Storm Doris felling trees knocking down power [...]

blogs.guardian.co.uk

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Brexit: Irish taoiseach spells out fears over 'hard border' with north

[...] be “very negative consequences” of a hard border being imposed on the frontier between the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland as a result of Brexit. Enda Kenny spelled out Ireland’s fears of a [...]

theguardian.com

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Brexit: government will introduce article 50 bill 'within days' following supreme court ruling – live

[...] status for Northern Ireland given its dependancy on the EU, cross-border trade with the Irish Republic and the fact that the province voted in favour of remain. Farry said: The government has been [...]

theguardian.com

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Britain will leave EU single market, May says

[...] Northern Ireland, the part of the UK most exposed to Brexit due to its land border with the Irish Republic, faces a lengthy period of political paralysis after the collapse of its power-sharing [...]

antiguaobserver.com

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Trackside Classic: 1941-46 Southern Railway Merchant Navy and West Country / Battle of Britain Class Pacifics – Wartime ...

[...] BR in 1949 – the new nationalised system was not his style – and he moved to join the Irish Republic’s railway system, then known as Córas Iompair Éireann (CIE), leaving his beloved [...]

curbsideclassic.com

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The House of Lords is pushing for special Brexit treatment for Northern Ireland

[...] House of Lords believes that Northern Ireland should maintain its open land border with the Irish Republic and have devolved control over EU immigration. In other words, even if Britain as a whole [...]

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clusterstock.com

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For militant liberals, conscience is a one-way street

[...] in those revolutionary years, to uphold in effect British crown colony government against the Irish Republic, put them in a false position, forcing many who survived to leave post-Treaty. Inter-Church [...]

clericalwhispers.blogspot.com

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UK-wide corporation tax cut may pull rug from under our feet

[...] to cause extensive job losses”. It is perhaps time to consider which factors enabled the Irish Republic to benefit from the Celtic Tiger years and have helped it to again become the fastest-growing [...]

broadbandsecurity.co.uk

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Same-sex couples in Northern Ireland are still waiting to marry

[...] when we’re taking social cues from the South," says Sweeney, pointing to the how the Irish Republic was once defined as a strikingly "Catholic Country" based on its religiously- [...]

mashable.com

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Easter 1916 – A Terrible Beauty is Born

[...] generations of past fighters, and in anticipation of a nation reborn in their struggle. “The Irish Republic is entitled to, and hereby claims, the allegiance of every Irishman and Irishwoman. The [...]

azvsas.blogspot.com

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