An evangelist for a more integrated and reformed EU, French president Emmanuel Macronremains a polarising figure at home
A number of questions remain about the story that goes to the heart of the nexus between politics, lobbyists and big business
Europe’s former top civil servant believes that the British prposals for the border are wishful thinking
Fianna Fáil’s new deputy leader says the Taoiseach lacked courage while minister for health
The bill would allow users who are targeted by online adverts to find out who is paying for them
The broad vision of the former leader of the SDLP was at the heart of the Good Friday Agreement and two decades later it is even more relevant than ever, here and across the European continent, in these uncertain times
How can the US, France and Britain possibly see Iran as a real threat?
Hugh O'Connell is joined by Michael Brennan to discuss the growing tensions between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil as well as Micheál Martin's pointed criticism of the Irish Independent on Twitter