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Government should not press panic button as heat is turned up in London

Government should not press panic button as heat is turned up in London

Key Brexiteers in the ranks of the Tories would like to escalate the situation to a game of chicken

Time to roll up sleeves for a no-deal Brexit

Time to roll up sleeves for a no-deal Brexit

Our political leaders have their work cut out to make sure we’re not left out in the cold if Britain crashes out of the EU in March

The sorrowful mystery of Brexit

The sorrowful mystery of Brexit

A deal? No deal? A general election in Britain? Another referendum? An extension of Article 50? Defenestration for Theresa May? Two and a half years since the Leave vote won the day, nobody knows what twists the next chapter of the Brexit tale holds

Corporation tax surge puts public finances in surplus

Corporation tax surge puts public finances in surplus

The state took in more than it spent last year for the first time since 2006, excluding the 2017 figure which was distorted by the sale of a stake in AIB

Will Ireland be first into bond markets again?

Will Ireland be first into bond markets again?

In 2018, in the year’s first European sovereign deal, the National Treasury Management Agency raised €4 billion through the syndicated sale of 10-year debt on January 3

Can Xi take China to the next level?

Can Xi take China to the next level?

Deng Xiaoping’s reforms in the late 1970s made China a global economic player. Now Xi Jinping wants more

Could 2019 sink Trump?

Could 2019 sink Trump?

As the new year arrives, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are riding towards Donald Trump’s administration

State rejects claims of inappropriate state aid for Horse Sport Ireland

State rejects claims of inappropriate state aid for Horse Sport Ireland

HSI is currently the subject of two complaints to the European Commission from the operators of two studbooks

Department of Health’s new HQ will cost €300 million over 25-year lease

Department of Health’s new HQ will cost €300 million over 25-year lease

OPW internal audit report is critical of delay in moving and highlights lack of risk analysis

Road safety chief: McGregor should give good example to young drivers

Road safety chief: McGregor should give good example to young drivers

Liz O’Donnell says slap on the wrist over speeding offence shows ‘law applies to everyone’

An Post unveils new logo to spearhead brand revamp

An Post unveils new logo to spearhead brand revamp

An Post would not disclose the budget for the marketing overhaul, nor would it reveal the designer behind the proposed new company logos

Garda Commissioner rejects insurance industry’s €1m offer to set up fraud unit

Garda Commissioner rejects insurance industry’s €1m offer to set up fraud unit

ICTU slates €2.3m average salaries for company bosses

ICTU slates €2.3m average salaries for company bosses

It would take 230 years for regular staff to equal 2017 earnings of highest paid chief executive

Barrister questions new rules on court tweeting

Barrister questions new rules on court tweeting

Senior counsel Paul O’Higgins says recent case law from the Supreme Court and GDPR regulations on the handling of personal data may have a bearing on the new practice direction which limits social media use in court to lawyers and bona fide members of the media

Restaurant industry to target election candidates in fight for lower Vat rate

Restaurant industry to target election candidates in fight for lower Vat rate

Adrian Cummins, chief executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland, said its campaign would focus in particular on candidates running in rural areas in May’s local elections