David Cameron warned that he will 'rule nothing out' if other European states turn a deaf ear to British concerns

British PM warns of EU exit over migrants

28 Nov British Prime Minister David Cameron has outlined plans to curb benefits to EU migrants to the UK saying the objective is to make the immigration system fairer and to reduce the level of EU migration to Britain.

Jeremy Paxman left BBC's Newsnight earlier this year

Paxman rules out standing for London mayor

28 Nov Former Newsnight host Jeremy Paxman has admitted he was approached about standing as Conservative candidate for the mayor of London but said he would not do the job for "all the eclairs in Paris".

Leo Varadkar said the HSE will be empowered to provide people with therapies or appliances

Major changes to medical card scheme

25 Nov The Government has announced plans to introduce a single application process within the Health Service Executive for all medical cards and other medical schemes under reform measures.

David O'Sullivan said appropriate precautions need to be taken

EU ambassador 'reasonably satisfied' US HQ secure

25 Nov The new EU Ambassador to the US, Irishman David O'Sullivan, has said that he is "reasonably satisfied" that the EU Headquarters in Washington are "as secure as they need to be" following revelations last year that the US had bugged the building.

The Mistral-class assault warship Sevastopol

France delays sending warship to Russia

25 Nov French President Francois Hollande has delayed the controversial delivery of a high-tech warship to Russia "until further notice" over the crisis in Ukraine.

Gerry Adams has apologised for the language he used

Adams criticised for 'foul-mouthed abuse'

25 Nov Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has been criticised for unscripted remarks he made at a public meeting in Enniskillen, which have been seen as insulting to unionists.