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Friday, 28 April 2017

Survey finds almost a quarter would hide mental health problems from family

Survey finds almost a quarter would hide mental health problems from family
- A new survey has found nearly one in four Irish people would hide a mental health problem from their family and friends. The survey of 1000 people over the age of 18 by Kantar Millward Brown for See Change also shows that one in 10 Irish people have mental health issues.
Paople are being encouraged to be more open about their acceptance of mental health difficulties.
The organisation is encouraging people to wear green ribbons throughout May in a bid to encourage conversations about the issue. Director John Saunders explains what they want people to do.



The last taboo? Why we need to be more honest about mental health in the workplace

The last taboo? Why we need to be more honest about mental health in the workplace
- We haven't always been good at discussing mental health in Ireland. It used to be something that was only addressed in whispers or with a knowing ...

Boris Johnson misled people of Britain about Brexit, says John Bruton

Boris Johnson misled people of Britain about Brexit, says John Bruton
- Boris Johnson misled people of Britain about Brexit, says John Bruton ... Mr Bruton said smaller countries like Ireland were forced to get to grips with ...

Donald Tusk says UK must settle 'people, money and Ireland' first during EU talks

Donald Tusk says UK must settle 'people, money and Ireland' first during EU talks
- Donald Tusk has warned that the British Government must settle the issues of “people, money and Ireland” before negotiating its future relationship ...

Bank of Ireland saw 30% jump in new lending in first quarter

Bank of Ireland saw 30% jump in new lending in first quarter
- Bank of Ireland saw 30% jump in new lending in first quarter ... In a trading update ahead of its AGM today, Bank of Ireland also said that it ... and the UK - remained positive despite the ongoing uncertainties following the Brexit vote.

EU leaders prepare Brexit clause for reunified Ireland membership

Seven London-based banks 'set to open offices in Frankfurt'

Seven London-based banks 'set to open offices in Frankfurt'
- Another 20 banks are also seeking to move at least some staff, German media reported. Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Credit Suisse and UBS are understood to be among those considering relocating staff. “A Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Swiss, Indian and a Russian bank have already opted for Frankfurt,” Hubertus Väth, managing director of Frankfurt Main Finance, the city’s business promotion association, told Handelsblatt on Wednesday. “In three of the five US banks, decisions have been made in favour of Frankfurt, or are in the offing,” he said. “With more than 20 banks, the talks are getting more and more concrete.”


Theresa May will not dump vital LGBT rights protection, reports indicate

Theresa May will not dump vital LGBT rights protection, reports indicate
- The ECHR was also vital in securing a settlement in the Republic of Ireland in 2014 on gender recognition. It remains influential across Europe on ...