So that’s Thursday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com 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.