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
The DUP is committed to preserving the status quo - except for Britain’s membership of the EU. It could shape the Brexit deal, but what happens then for the party that doesn’t like to look too far ahead, as Britain goes through some seismic changes?
The DUP’s Brexit spokesman seized on the recent remarks by Leo Varadkar where he said “if we did end up with a no-deal situation, we would find ourselves having to negotiate a ‘no-deal deal’ quite soon thereafter”.
Former communications minister comes out fighting
Independet Alliance minister Shane Ross has contacted senior Department of Justice officials to g...
FoI releases show Taoiseach knew of close relationship with former minister, as PAC prepares to examine national broadband tender process. Hugh O’Connell and Jack Horgan-Jones report
Agreement allowed former Sinn Féin TD to engage with media as long as he gave party’s position before outlining his own
The findings of an investigation into how allegations of serious sexual harassment in the Irish P...
The calls came as EU leaders are expected to formally sign off on Britain’s withdrawal agreement today before a crucial vote in Westminster next month
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy has ramped up plans to transfer thousands of local authority s...
After grandstanding on the issue for over a decade, the party has adjusted its position, saying that its ‘elected representatives manage their own wage’
Tánaiste says the idea Britain could easily leave Europe is a ‘fantasy’; more reassurance given to Brexiteers on EU-Britain future relationship
From January, workers will enter the 40 per cent rate of income tax when their salary hits €35,300. But Varadkar told delegates his party would go further in the coming years, if given the opportunity to do so
Findings revealed in Police Ombudsman of Northern Ireland’s inquiry into how Máiría Cahill’s sexual abuse case was handled by the PSNI; Mary Lou McDonald rejected Cahill’s claim that party had not helped with police inquiries