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For almost a week, the country resembled the stage performance of I, Keano
Eamon Gilmore has much to be proud of - not least an economy that is now in recovery
Sinn Féin used to talk about how it would be the Irish Syriza.
The Tory victory means great uncertainty for both the European Union and the United Kingdom
The ‘something for everyone’ approach doesn’t work any more
Today’s Red C poll shows an electorate willing to throw away ‘traditional’ parties in favour of those on the sidelines
Constitutional constraints make it difficult to reform the Upper House in any meaningful way
I was a President at 21, the place for 21-year-olds is not the Áras
The prospects for the government parties are looking brighter as more and more families feel the benefits of economic recovery
The British general election could have far-reaching consequences for Ireland
The government should revisit the O’Neill Report and implement its findings
Government policy has tackled inequality in the face of the worst economic crisis in our history. That is simply a fact.
If we don’t take this opportunity will another one come along?
Clare Daly’s bill wasn’t blocked by Labour: it was blocked by the Constitution
If Syriza forces default, the suffering Greek people will suffer even more
Is the possible make-up of the next Dáil just a bad dream?
Today’s poll shows government should stick to the script on the economy
‘To see how the other half lives” is a phrase used when the rest of us catch a glimpse of how the wealthy disport themselves. At a more mundane level, it is possible to live and work and play in our capital city and only rarely if ever encounter how
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