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Lessons from the Yes vote for the elections

Lessons from the Yes vote for the elections

Elections are decided in the marketplace of emotions, in which logic plays only a supporting role

Pay deal spells  less cash for services

Pay deal spells less cash for services

The lack of trust in how tax is spent is the public sector’s own fault

Averil Power's resignation puts spotlight back on FF

Averil Power's resignation puts spotlight back on FF

Back Page: Irish politicians seek lessons from British election

Back Page: Irish politicians seek lessons from British election

FG and Labour had eyes on the ground in London to learn tactics from an election campaign in which the Tories used heavy-hitting US political consultants

Referendum on presidency gives new meaning to youth vote

Referendum on presidency gives new meaning to youth vote

We can send a message to the world if we reduce the age at which you can run for the Áras

Last Post: Our elusive Taoiseach continues to box clever

Last Post: Our elusive Taoiseach continues to box clever

Comment: A Yes vote will bring irrational chaos into the Constitution

Comment: A Yes vote will bring irrational chaos into the Constitution

Those who have been browbeaten into silence by an aggressive Yes campaign can express their rational voice in the freedom of the ballot box

Society will benefit from same-sex marriage

Society will benefit from same-sex marriage

It’s the Greeks who have a gun to their own heads

It’s the Greeks who have a gun to their own heads

Brexit/grexit What does it mean for Ireland?

The bitter, dangerous road to a cold Irish welcome

The bitter, dangerous road to a cold Irish welcome

Must we relive Ireland’s mean-spirited response to Europe’s post-war refugees?

We can only expect the worst from a British exit

We can only expect the worst from a British exit

Brexit/grexit What does it mean for Ireland?

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Voting No for the sake of the children

Back Page: what would independents do in government?

Back Page: what would independents do in government?

The Great British Balkanisation

The Great British Balkanisation

After the election, a federal Britain seems to be the only logical option with Europe continuing to drive a wedge between England and Scotland

Noonan and the jobless

Noonan and the jobless

Michael Noonan’s comments about people who ‘will never work’ show how out of touch he is with the reality of what is actually happening to the long-term unemployed