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As Sky's Ocean Rescue campaign launches in Ireland, an independent survey commissioned by Sky has found that 85% of Irish people are concerned by their usage
The Gardai said they "interacted" with the driver of a vehicle, thought to be aged 40, in south Dublin at about 8pm on Sunday
On Friday, Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley announced the four-month consultation will end on 10 September
The former US President, who will today receive the Freedom of Belfast for his peace-making, urged politicians to restore power-sharing in Northern Ireland
An exclusive poll for Sky News found that 51% of people have few or no friends of a different religion. Among 18-34 year-olds, that figure was 58% - as high as any other age group
Security sources feared the blaze had been started when a booby trap bomb partially exploded underneath the vehicle
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) called time because even moderate Unionists were describing a proposed Irish Language Act as "cultural supremacy"
Theresa May's direct intervention on Monday had fuelled speculation that an agreement was imminent but Mrs Foster said parties still had "work to do"
Her Irish counterpart, Leo Varadkar, is also in Belfast, fuelling speculation that a deal on power-sharing could be imminent
"Gerry has led from the front for a very long time but I am the leader of Sinn Fein and I will lead," she said