The former EU commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn has said she is concerned about what Brexit wil...
‘I had a theory that if there is something difficult, do it first, you can do the easy things afterwards’
Exactly 25 years ago today homosexuality was decriminalised in Ireland. Here the woman instrumental in that change, former minister for justice Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, describes how she took up the mantle just days into her new job
Fianna Fáil fears that it is being goaded into an election, but will not allow that to happen on Sinn Féin’s terms
Five gardaí have been seconded to the resources-starved Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (G...
The former unionist first minister didn’t shy away from some home truths, in the same week Boris Johnson stuck his head in the sand
Mary Regan is joined by Hugh O'Connell on the latest Post Podcast
The government is close to finalising the preparatory work for the vote to reform or remove article 41.2 which deals with the role and rights of women