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Protests pushing immigration onto the election agenda

Protests pushing immigration onto the election agenda

The recent ramping up of unrest could have big implications at the ballot box next year

Howlin sounds warning on young people’s economic vulnerability

Howlin sounds warning on young people’s economic vulnerability

‘Generations of young people can’t get a permanent job, don’t have pensions, and will never own their own homes,’ said Labour leader

UK election gets off to embarrassing start

UK election gets off to embarrassing start

Gaffes and departures put Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn on the back foot

How Comhaltas made ministers change their tune

How Comhaltas made ministers change their tune

Music and cultural group lobbied to stop Arts Council being given control of its funding

Moderates being driven out of toxic party politics

Moderates being driven out of toxic party politics

Schism between left and right creating a vacuum that will be filled by hardliners

No trip to the Áras for Leo Varadkar

No trip to the Áras for Leo Varadkar

The Taoiseach cheerfully informed reporters that he was off to the Áras – but says it’s not the right time for an election

Battle Royale for Britain's Marmite leaders

Battle Royale for Britain's Marmite leaders

Reason will slug it out with emotion in December’s poll

How prepared are the parties for a general election?

How prepared are the parties for a general election?

Eoghan Murphy unclear on ‘use it or lose it’ plans

Eoghan Murphy unclear on ‘use it or lose it’ plans

Minister for Housing says laws on planning not fully “worked out”

Have the European fiscal rules had their day?

Have the European fiscal rules had their day?

If they’re abandoned, what should replace them?

Army spends €467,000 on ceremonial escort motorbikes

Army spends €467,000 on ceremonial escort motorbikes

New bikes to replace army’s ageing fleet of 46 Honda Deauville 700ccs

Brexit delay heightens Varadkar’s election dilemma

Brexit delay heightens Varadkar’s election dilemma

Now might be the best time for the Taoiseach to capitalise on his handling of Brexit, but a winter election could easily backfire

Electric vehicle target ‘not realistic’, say car retailers

Electric vehicle target ‘not realistic’, say car retailers

Ambitious goal may have been introduced to compensate for lack of climate action in other sectors

Britain hanging on Johnson’s three little words

Britain hanging on Johnson’s three little words

The British prime minister and his adviser Dominic Cummings have cancelled the November budget in a plan to starve parliament of business

TDs clocking in at Leinster House, but they’re not voting

TDs clocking in at Leinster House, but they’re not voting

A Sunday Business Post investigation reveals that many politicians across all parties are not taking part in Dáil debates either