Pat Rabbitte: We cannot let Brexit destroy our relationship with Britain
Europe was a handy intermediary between us and Britain, now that it will no longer be there, we will have to learn to work more closely with our nearest neighbour
Neither Stephen Kenny, the Ireland football manager, nor Micheál Martin, the Taoiseach, have had much luck since landing the jobs they had coveted for so long. Whereas it can be argued that the respective talent pools available to both men are something less than stellar, the mismanagement and own goals have been excessive.
Mistakes and own goals aside, it can’t be denied that both have endured a rotten run of luck. The pandemic...
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DUP determined to double down on calamitous Brexit blunder
Rather than admit it made a monumental mistake which will cost the North dearly, the party shamelessly denies any culpability for the mess
Emer McLysaght: Bridgerton is the new Normal People
The steamy Netflix period drama is making the lockdown nights go that little bit quicker
Off Message: Finding humour and hope in small doses
We’re only into the second week of this new year and already it’s looking anything but happy. But if we can hold onto the good things for now, it will get brighter and better
Elaine Byrne: Finding a way to cope with grief is heroic enough for now
John Clarke sharing the details of his profound sadness at the death of his wife Marian Finucane can teach us how to support those grappling with bereavement in a time of lockdown