Fianna Fáil’s backbenchers are losing patience with its deal with Fine Gael, and there was plenty of election talk at yesterday’s ard fheis
Martin was speaking at the Fianna Fáil ard fheis in Dublin’s Citywest, where there was growing unease over the confidence and supply deal among delegates
There are those in Fianna Fáil who may not be present to hit the abstention button, in what some could interpret as a further sign of growing disillusionment within the party over confidence and supply
Some politicians have been accused of using the Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee as a springboard to making a name for themselves in the media, while those before it are being subjected to hard interrogation. Could it, and should it, be different?
Fine Gael’s former head of communications Vincent Gribbin has been lobbying the party’s TDs a...
Senior unelected officials in Leinster House have been accused of trying to restrict the Dáil’...
Property developer Pat Crean has accused Labour senator Aodhan Ó Ríordáin of engaging in a “...
Conor Lenihan and his two former ministerial colleagues, Mary Hanafin and Barry Andrews, are running alongside the LGBT campaigner Tiernan Brady for the nomination to be the Fianna Fáil candidate in Dublin for the forthcoming European elections
The Irish government last week followed a number of other EU countries in recognising opposition leader Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela
Chief procurement officer Paul Quinn under scrutiny in debacle over spiralling costs for National Children’s Hospital
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has been investigating claims of anti-competitive practice in the industry for over two years amid widespread concern about the rising cost of motor insurance premiums
The address by the British-based Be Here For Me group comes on foot of plans for the government to legislate for the introduction of exclusion zones around health facilities in Ireland where women can access termination services