Feargal Quinn

Feargal Quinn

The case of the Irish woman who joined Isis shows us that citizenship is not just about a passport

The case of the Irish woman who joined Isis shows us that citizenship is not just about a passport

The stated desire of Lisa Smith, the former Irish Air Corps officer who travelled to Syria in 201...

Clawing out of the housing crisis will be agonisingly slow

Clawing out of the housing crisis will be agonisingly slow

The rental market has been in a hugely overheated state for some time, and there are several reasons for this

Amazon’s wind of change still gusting down the high street

Amazon’s wind of change still gusting down the high street

The 2008 recession shuttered small-town retailers across Ireland. The tide of technology has kept them closed

Tax system punishes one-income couples

Tax system punishes one-income couples

Charlie McCreevy’s individualisation policy is inequitable, regressive and anti-family: it is time for the government to phase it out

Time to get serious about regional development

Time to get serious about regional development

Hard to see the grandiose Project Ireland 2040 plan making progress

Armistice Day events highlight the need for UN reform

Armistice Day events highlight the need for UN reform

It is only right that we recognise and mourn those who died in World War I and that we expound in...

Maybe Fianna Fáil needs more people like Peter Casey

Maybe Fianna Fáil needs more people like Peter Casey

He may have made some unwise comments, but the Dragon did appeal to a sizeable portion of the electorate who feel unloved and unrepresented

SF must take their seats in Westminster

SF must take their seats in Westminster

The party has an opportunity now to play a key role in shaping Ireland’s future

Was this an SME budget?

Was this an SME budget?

When the worst of Brexit comes, it’s not landlords or multinationals who’ll need a financial buffer

We need to stop shaping our lives around cars

We need to stop shaping our lives around cars

Poor planning fed our dependence on motors, instead of incentivising better infrastructure

An Post needs courageous changes to keep delivering

An Post needs courageous changes to keep delivering

The universal postal service obligation is an outdated relic from the pre-smartphone era. An Post should consider ditching it in order to survive

Is the decorum of high office slipping away?

Is the decorum of high office slipping away?

In the age of Trump, it’s tempting to believe that dignity has become an outdated concept in politcs

Gravest threat to democracy is the public’s complacency

Gravest threat to democracy is the public’s complacency

All indications are that liberal systems of government around the world are in danger

A pill for our market access ills?

A pill for our market access ills?

New initiatives and generic brands have reduced medicine costs for the state, but more needs to be done to improve patients’ access to new treatments

The Shannon-Dublin pipeline isn’t pie in the sky, it’s critical infrastructure

The Shannon-Dublin pipeline isn’t pie in the sky, it’s critical infrastructure

When the weather finally does break, the rainfall still won’t solve the problems besetting our creaking water supply