The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council had harsh words for the government last week, when it accused it of failing to capitalise on years of robust growth and neglecting to prepare for a future downturn
Given all the questions still hanging over the procurement process for the National Broadband Plan, we should bite the bullet and open up a new competition for the contract, write Dónal Palcic and Eoin Reeves
Peter Smyth, author of the report on Naughten and McCourt meetings, faces an Oireachtas committee grilling, write Jack Horgan-Jones and Hugh O’Connell
The DUP’s Brexit spokesman seized on the recent remarks by Leo Varadkar where he said “if we did end up with a no-deal situation, we would find ourselves having to negotiate a ‘no-deal deal’ quite soon thereafter”.
Former communications minister comes out fighting
It is very difficult to put the squeeze on wavering MPs by trying to get millions of people to apply pressure on them. It is much more effective to use some levers on them directly