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London is now a playground for the super-rich. But if Britain divorced from Europe after a referendum, would the City remain unscathed?
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The Mount Street Club looked at the problem of unemployment with dignity, writes Colin Murphy.
Patient groups should be up in arms over the government’s climb- down on publishing mortality rates, writes Susan Mitchell.
If you want to form a new political party, forget about policy and go for star power, writes Kevin Rafter.
Developers and businesses could be in line for refunds
Live register figures published last week showed another fall in unemployment.
The dramatic new library on Dún Laoghaire's seafront has sharply divided opinion. Now, though, it’s finally set to open
Special advisers to ministers need credibility and authority. Recent policy debacles suggest Ireland could be doing a lot better in this regard
World-renowned architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey say the key to creating great architecture is place, space and form
Pat Rabbitte: if current trends continue, we’ll be back to the early-1980s lunacy of three general elections in 18 months
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