Lucinda Creighton: Britain may have left but it will never truly be done with the EU
The transition phase has ended, but the work to build a new relationship between Britain and the EU is only beginning
At every stage of the Brexit process politicians, negotiators and commentators breathed a sigh of relief when the hard part was done.
This was to some extent the case when the referendum itself took place, when the original negotiations with former British prime minister Theresa May ended, when the breakthrough compromise between Leo Varadkar and Boris Johnson was reached, when Britain’s eventual exit took place on December 31, 2019, when the Free Trade Agreement was...
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Colin Murphy: Ireland was abusing its unwed mothers even before there was Church and state collusion
Twentieth-century Ireland was one of the most repressive sexual cultures in the world. Much of that is on the Catholic Church, but not all of it
Off Message: Flighty influencers have gone too far this time
Celebrities heading to far-flung sunny destinations while the rest of us are restricted to 5km is not a good look. So why do they do it?
Elaine Byrne: We need to stop being afraid to say what really happened to these girls
When we talk about mother and baby homes, we keep on finding ways to avoid saying certain words and that needs to change