The special Oireachtas committee will now consider the Citizens Assembly recommendations - and that means party politics come back into the picture
In her first wide-ranging interview since stepping down as Labour leader, Joan Burton talks about her relationship with Enda Kenny, her former deputy leader Alan Kelly – and how she still believes that her party has a future
If the figures after a general election come remotely close to Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin being able to form a government, it will happen
The Labour Party's fortunes hinge on something far more fundamental than who the leader is
The British Prime Minister's decision to hold a snap election shows almost complete contempt for the political situation in Northern Ireland
Leo Varadkar's divisive campaign based on figures of unclear origin is right-wing Thatcherism at its very worst
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In the wake of Britain's snap election, Ireland's ability to adjust in the face of uncertainty like this is probably our greatest asset
Not only can the British Prime Minister not lose, she can’t fail to win big – but things will never be this easy for her again
The calling of a snap election in Britain has scattered the North’s power-sharing talks to the four winds
Everyone is asking why the nuns want to run a maternity hospital. But perhaps the real question should be, why would the state want to allow them?
What's been happening in the early days of the British election campaign?