The Department of Finance and the Central Bank have said that provisions in the Courts and Land and Conveyancing Amendment Bill could 'jeopardise' future loan sales
Any public sense that the Taoiseach was being smart or politically opportunistic in staging an unprovoked repudiation of the three-budget deal with Fianna Fáil could well blow up in Varadkar’s face
Seán Gallagher’s opening move has been clever, but he’s likely to be just one of a vast array of candidates
Peter Casey is best known as the businessman from RTÉ’s Dragons’ Den who spent two decades living in the US but is now based in Donegal. His decision to run for president – alongside two other former Dragons – has raised more than a few eyebrows
Mallon, an architect of the Good Friday Agreement, said he wanted the SDLP to become 'much more relevant and stronger'
The Parliamentary Budget Office said in its latest briefing that public sector pay policy is nearing a 'critical juncture' with demands from unions for pay equalisation for newer public servants
Labour TDs and senators have rallied behind Howlin, who said this weekend there was 'no tolerance' for further discussion on his leadership of the party