Thursday's evening round-up: Latest on Brexit, Varadkar's US visit and body found in Donegal

So that’s Thursday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.


Brexit: Large majority of British MPs vote to delay Brexit beyond March 29.

US visit: US president Donald Trump has threatened to slam new tariffs on the EU unless it changes its trade policies with Washington.

Body found in Donegal: A fisherman whose body was recovered from the shoreline at Killybegs in Co Donegal today was originally from Co Cork.

Homeless offered addresses: Homeless people will be offered an address by An Post to help them access services or apply for jobs.


Climate change: Why are children left to school us in the facts of climate change?

Post-Brexit tarrifs: Q&A: What post-Brexit tariffs of up to 83% could mean for the Irish market.

Cheltenham Festival: Follow all the latest news from the Cheltenham Festival here.


Friday night TV: Rod Stewart, two survivors of the Bataclan terror attack, and cervical cancer campaigner Laura Brennan are among the guests on this week's Late Late Show.

Death of Pat Laffan: Actor Pat Laffan, who played Georgie Burgess and Pat Mustard, has died.

Literary award: Cork author wins one of the world’s most lucrative literary awards.


Famous Dublin nightspot Copper Face Jacks up for sale.

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