The Democrats' decision to block the annual presidential address to the country’s 325 million citizens is rare, but is it wise?
While admitting a no-deal Brexit might be ‘a bit bumpy’, Brexiteers in Westminster remained defiant as they and others spoke to Susan O’Keeffe in London during a tumultuous week
The British government’s mismanagement of its own choice to leave has infected the EU and Ireland too, with contingency plans less than adequate and far from complete
This week, the five-year old UK 100,000 Genome Project finally reached its massive target of mapping 100,000 genomes. And, remarkably, the project is on time and on budget
This organisation came into being 14 years ago. Being generous, the two groups combining to work together would have needed time to sort themselves into a new body. But 14 years seems excessive
Replacing May won’t solve the Brexit challenge. A general election would delay the outcome, while candidates once again would demean politics by making outrageous claims and promises about Brexit that they will never be able to keep
There may have been a task force and there may have been recommendations, but the HSE has still managed to drive up the number of patients on trolleys in emergency departments around the country