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Trading Places – where’s the best place to start the New Year? Britain or Ireland

More News:

–  New Year, New Hope: London football boss Paul Coggins is optimistic ahead of the 2013 season

– The Irish actor flying the flag in the big-budget movie version of Les Misérables

IN NEWS

Trading Places – where’s the best place to start the New Year? Britain or Ireland:

As both countries face tighter budgets we look at where you’re better off this year by comparing the cost of living in Britain and Ireland.

IN BUSINESS

David McWilliams:

The Irish economist talks about why he believes austerity if not Ireland’s only way out of tough economic times. Plus pictures from recent business events including the Leeds Gentleman’s Lunch and the London Society of chartered Accountants Ireland annual gathering.

IN TRAVEL

Escape the Rain:

Some great travel ideas to help beat the January blues – we visit Biarritz, Venice, Dubrovnik and Corfu.

IN SPORT

New Year, New Hope:
London football boss Paul Coggins voices his optimisim ahead of the 2013 season

Leap of Faith:
Jockey Dougie Costello on the perils and triumphs of riding for eight trainers in Britain

Packing a Punch:
Robert Mulhern on how Irish boxing can continue to floor the competition after a magnificent 2012

IN ENTERTAINMENT:

Far From A Misérable Life:
Co Meath actor Killian Donnelly speaks to Claudia Redmond about his role in the West End production of Billy Elliot and the new Les Misérables movie

The Irish Filmmakers to Watch in2013:
From Ruth Negga to Domhnall Gleeson, we look at the Irish stars on the rise in the year ahead

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