The new measures would see the overall number of European Parliament seats reduced from 751 to 700
Varadkar’s cabinet colleague, Minister for Health Simon Harris, labelled the attack 'pathetic', while Labour leader Brendan Howlin said it was 'ignorant, bullying and ageist'
The government is ignoring a warning from the body examining the future of policing in Ireland an...
Walsh was forced to resign from Fine Gael’s national executive last week after the disclosure of a number of abusive tweets
The former justice minister, who lost his Dáil seat in last year’s general election, has told party members in Dublin Rathdown that his campaign was 'sabotaged' by the party hierarchy
It would have been unthinkable even a few years ago that Fine Gael would hold a debate on abortion and the Eighth Amendment at its conference
Errors in the rates for the new sugar tax forced Paschal Donohoe's officials to amend legislation
Varadkar told the media yesterday that the party can find resources to fund tax cuts, but stressed that they must be modest
Three-time Sinn Féin general election candidate Seamus Morris was the latest party member to resign after alleged bullying last week
Dáil Ceann Comhairle Seán Ó Fearghaíl said he would raise the issue at the next meeting of the Houses of the Oireachtas Commission,
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport had initially refused to release details of how much Carroll Moran was paid