Against the odds, Varadkar has survived the last 18 months despite leading a minority government whose continued operation is reliant on the goodwill of an opposition party that has grown increasingly restless
Despite our crises in housing and health, it is Britain’s messy divorce from the EU that will shape the Irish landscape in 2019
The Revenue Commissioners’ ruling that pharmaceutical giant Perrigo must pay more than €1.6 b...
Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said it is possible to restore the power-sharing government in Northe...
The government chief whip Seán Kyne emailed all ministers last week asking that they indicate which non-Brexit legislation they want to introduce in the spring “that is absolutely essential, and to state the reasons why this is so”.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is refusing to sign off on a request to extend the deadline for the inquir...
The New Yorker staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe dives deep into Jean McConville's story and the horrors that befell her orphaned children, many of whom ended up in care, in this vivid account of the Troubles
Former Fine Gael TD and senator Maurice Manning said he was 'disappointed' that a recommendation for online registration and downloading of ballot papers appears to have been dropped
The former justice minister Alan Shatter criticised two tweets by Coveney last Monday, including one in which the Minister for Foreign Affairs accused the US ambassador to Israel, David M Friedman, of making 'another unhelpful statement'
Though the former Sinn Féin TD has started well, there is little evidence that there is a huge desire among voters for a new party, or that they have grown tired of the existing ones