Those predicting that Leo Varadkar has the FG leadership sewn up are wide of the mark
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The expert group on the future of water charges has found a way to scrap the charge without the government losing face
As the Commission on Irish Water releases its findings, nervous politicians differ on what to do with the ‘dead cat’
My prediction that Brexit would be used to attempt a federalist constitutionalist putsch has come true
Most Europeans, including myself, wish the EU to be a partnership of independent sovereign states
People surely deserve a pay rise, but the question is whether the government can afford to give them one
Is Ross struggling with the transition from vocal opponent to decision-maker?
There is an unseen hand of political pressure behind Central Bank governor Philip Lane’s moves
The Clinton campaign is making no comment on Jill Stein’s bid to reverse the ballot ouctome in three states
Long before Trump, tens of millions of people saw themselves as casualities of economic globalisation
Ministers are heading for disaster if they think the Lansdowne Road Agreement will hold together for much longer
The British judges who stuck a legal thumb into the Article 50 shotgun are unfairly getting both barrels
How Brexiteers could unleash such a torrent on judges who were asked to resolve a perfectly straightforward issue?
It could well damage her legacy
Trump's astonishing lack of impulse control betrayed him once again, writes Marion McKeone