Last year, Cork East TD Pat Buckley pleaded guilty to threatening and abusing gardaí who called to his home on foot of a noise complaint in August 2017.
Key Brexiteers in the ranks of the Tories would like to escalate the situation to a game of chicken
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
Against the odds, Varadkar has survived the last 18 months despite leading a minority government whose continued operation is reliant on the goodwill of an opposition party that has grown increasingly restless
Despite our crises in housing and health, it is Britain’s messy divorce from the EU that will shape the Irish landscape in 2019
Former minister for finance used proceeds from Anglo Irish Bank promissory deal to reduce the 2014 budget cuts from €3.1 billion to €2.5 billion
The minister, who has previously said he would like to see a united Ireland in his political lifetime, now believes that calls for reunification in the context of Brexit are not helpful