Dublin's problem is not an excess of open space; on the contrary, it is under-use of its existing developed space
Sinn Féin should forget Catalonia and try fixing problems closer to home - if it doesn’t want rule from Westminster
When you come to think of it, there is something deliciously ironic about the vigorous support no...
Jean-Claude Juncker's proposal to abandon unanimity and to adopt qualified majority voting on EU corporate tax and Vat decisions is simply not going to be accepted
The Garda Síochána is under the control of the elected government, which is accountable to the Dáil, says Michael McDowell
Futile blather on a border poll and a refusal to park the Irish language issue won’t clear the stalemate in the political landscape
If Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are dead set on not coalescing with each other, the real winner will be Sinn Féin, writes Michael McDowell
The government must wake up to the real problems that threaten to rob an entire generation of optimism and confidence
Imposing CGT on family home disposal is attractive to the mandarins, but the idea is politically suicidal
'The White House is starting to look like the Kremlin in Stalin’s heyday'