As minister for health, Leo Varadkar introduced the alcohol bill. That legislation is crawling slowly through the Dáil. As Taoiseach, will he finally see it passed?
The shadow of the tally-stick hangs over the DUP’s attitude to an Irish Language Act. This is a serious crisis
What can be said is that the British & Irish Lions went to New Zealand and survived
Twelve months on, we are still in the dark about the realities of Brexit
Sinn Féin MPs must take their seats in Westminster to take on the majority cooked up between Theresa May and the DUP
The Tories’ dependence on the DUP threatens the integrity of the Assembly talks, while SF’s abstentionism leaves nationalists as mere spectators in the Brexit crisis
Theresa May seems determined to wrench defeat from the jaws of victory
Jeremy Corbyn has the guts to say the unsayable: the West’s military intervention in the Middle East gave rise to the Manchester bomber and others who will follow him
A compellingly straightforward approach will secure the party’s top job, but Varadkar and Coveney need to start talking about Brexit
Whether to enter a coalition with each other will be a choice Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael will have to face sooner or later
Someone should ask Michel Barnier next week about a rumoured plan to grant Britain membership of the European Free Trade Association
Will the bellicosity, unpredictability and surreal disregard for convention of Kim Jong-un and Trump cause a war – or prevent it?