Mary Regan

Mary Regan

Chipping away at truth and righteousness

Chipping away at truth and righteousness

Quality, impartial journalism needs to reassert itself

Industrial relations puts government on the ropes

Industrial relations puts government on the ropes

Fine Gael does not want its legacy to be one of having blown the recovery by giving in to vested interests

Public sectors's greater expectations

Public sectors's greater expectations

Public sector pay demands are the result of Enda Kenny over-hyping the recovery

If the coalition falls, there's no guarantee that the abortion issue will be picked up by the next government

If the coalition falls, there's no guarantee that the abortion issue will be picked up by the next government

Some 33 years on, it seems the electorate is no closer to having another vote on abortion

Public sector pay disputes could sink the coalition

Public sector pay disputes could sink the coalition

The government’s lack of urgency in drawing up contingency plans for teacher and Garda strike actions doesn’t inspire confidence

Gardaí singing the blues

Gardaí singing the blues

Lifting the lid on its Pandora’s box has left the Garda Síochána with a scandal that just won’t go away

Nóirín O’Sullivan, Enda Kenny and the Garda controversy

Nóirín O’Sullivan, Enda Kenny and the Garda controversy

The indications are that the Garda Commissioner can survive this inquiry

The coalition knows it is in a tight spot on public sector pay

The coalition knows it is in a tight spot on public sector pay

The government has no choice but to hold the line that the Agreement is the only show in town

Labour failing to learn its lessons

Labour failing to learn its lessons

What Micheál Martin - and Jennifer Aniston - can teach Labour about winning back core support

Enda Kenny flashes his mojo as a warning to any contenders

Enda Kenny flashes his mojo as a warning to any contenders

No sign of a leadership heave as the Taoiseach announces he’s going nowhere just yet

Paschal Donohoe jumps on the transparency bandwagon

Paschal Donohoe jumps on the transparency bandwagon

The Minister for Public Expenditure wants an ‘action plan’ on how the government interacts with the governed

Mary Regan: We thought we’d had a political upheaval

Mary Regan: We thought we’d had a political upheaval

But real change is what happens elsewhere

Fianna Fáil reimagines the Tallaght Strategy

Fianna Fáil reimagines the Tallaght Strategy

FF is carefully trying to sidestep the past errors of Fine Gael and Labour in its approach to the upcoming budget

Judgment day for the Independent Alliance

Judgment day for the Independent Alliance

Brendan Halligan is making it clear he does not do deference

The slow and winding road to consensus on abortion

The slow and winding road to consensus on abortion

Outsourcing the decision on abortion laws to a ‘Citizens Assembly’ delays the resolution of an already pressing issue