McGuinness’s presidential bid helped to purge the poison of its history from the Sinn Féin of today
All five of its TDs are drawing down an annual €37,000 “independents’ allowance”
The truth about the treatment of babies as ‘commodities’ to be traded at home and abroad could be one scandal too far
The party must choose between its current populist stance and a fiscally responsible one – and might lose out either way
Out in the nick of time - but when? His moves ensure a more dignified departure - yet again he has done it his way
How Varadkar and Coveney respond to tonight’s statement could be crucial in the leadership race
However, as the man at the top, Kenny is the one who will pay the ultimate price
While the coalition has been pulled back from the brink, events of recent days have left bad blood within cabinet
'Government cannot afford to lose another Garda Commissioner on its watch'
Garda scandals dominated Enda Kenny’s first term as taoiseach, and could tarnish his second
Did Michael Noonan give away Ireland's purse to vulture funds?