President is not condemned to Trappist silence and inaction
I enjoy hearing the opinions of President Higgins in matters of history and culture. There is no point in demanding that everyone agree with them
Johnson's new broom already covered in political dog doo-doo
Under pressure, Boris Johnson’s boys are starting to crack. They make Theresa May look serene and statesmanlike. How she must be smirking
Wiliness of EU leaders gives Johnson room to manoeuvre
Boris Johnson’s claim that regulatory checks at the Irish Sea would undermine the Good Friday Agreement is bogus – just ask Northern voters
Tariff war with China a real threat to the 'Trump boom'
Donald Trump’s mad scheme to buy Greenland is a distraction: the real show will be the US economy tanking, which is a real possibility
McDowell on politics: A no-deal Brexit would throw our economy into reverse in a gear-crunching crisis
Boris Johnson’s failure to defend Britain’s ambassador to the US after a malicious leak has left his country at Trump’s mercy. The ‘special relationship’ is about to become a lot more lopsided
Democrats in the US have only one duty now. Beat Trump!
It is easy to see parallels with the late 1930s, as truth and integrity are being displaced by cynicism and absurdity
Johnson's near inevitable election confirms Britain's devolution into a pantomime state
Britain’s political degradation, with its two different but terrible candidates, has occurred because of cynical self-interest on both sides
A Brexit-touting Trump is no friend to Ireland or the EU
The US President's repugnant bromance with Britain’s hardliners is steering us into dangerous waters