The Fianna Fáil leader is a cautious politician by nature, so this tweet was not done in some fit of anger
Ross appeared to signal that his continuation in government is at risk unless the Judicial Appointments Bill is passed by the summer recess - but would his Independent Alliance colleagues back him?
Why would a government committed to improving communications with its citizens hold out on releasing details of how it proposed to do that for so long?
There is no political gain to be made from arguing that it is OK to transfer a €4 billion Permanent TSB portfolio of 20,000 mortgages to unregulated funds - and Fianna Fáil knows this
To ensure the 20-year National Planning Framework does not go down in flames, the government needs to start talking to the opposition about infrastructure
In what was a carefully assembled and constructed speech, the Taoiseach's choice of words after the cabinet go-ahead for a referendum was also a signifier of how his stance had shifted
The 'enough of experts' view seen in the Brexit debate must not be allowed to take hold in Ireland when a life and death issue like abortion is being debated
Minister of State Kevin 'Boxer' Moran urges Wicklow County Council to learn from the mistakes of the past
Michael Brennan enjoyed Polly and the Beanstalk at the Olympia Theatre, but found the choice of villains unconvincing