Pat Rabbitte, Opinion /

Comment: The story moves on and Kenny is now the quarry

Comment: The story moves on and Kenny is now the quarry

The Taoiseach will be coursed like a hare following his stumbles over the McCabe affair

When lesser spotted Dev Óg is quiet, Martin should fret

When lesser spotted Dev Óg is quiet, Martin should fret

Éamon Ó Cuív, as the keeper of the flame of true republicanism, will be monitoring Sinn Féin’s recent change of heart

Playing catch-up  on public sector pay

Playing catch-up on public sector pay

To achieve a sustainable successor to Lansdowne Road will be challenging

Pat Rabbitte: Poll shows how fragmented our politics still are

Pat Rabbitte: Poll shows how fragmented our politics still are

Growing inequality and a feeling on the part of many people of ‘being left behind’ is the cri de coeur

Power interconnector needs political backbone

Power interconnector needs political backbone

Those charged with ensuring that our energy system is fit for purpose can’t blind themselves to the absence of political support

That we may live to see this story’s end

That we may live to see this story’s end

A few Irish words to the wise: this is what our politicians are really thinking

Public pay disputes loom large on the horizon for the government

Public pay disputes loom large on the horizon for the government

New politics has the Dáil in a state of chassis

Speculation will plague Enda Kenny’s Christmas break

Speculation will plague Enda Kenny’s Christmas break

If our Taoiseach has no plan to surrender his seal of office in 2017, he should reconsider

Political man cannot live on law alone

Political man cannot live on law alone

The public want TDs to kick up about local problems – to ignore this is the kiss of death for a career politician

Pat Rabbitte: Water report plays into FF’s hands

Pat Rabbitte: Water report plays into FF’s hands

Only the Trotskyists now threaten to prevent the water issue being settled before Fianna Fáil gets back into government

Shane Ross is finally at the table and making mischief

Shane Ross is finally at the table and making mischief

He cultivates the air of an outsider, but this longtime journalist and Seanad veteran is more of an insider than he is himself comfortable with

Pat Rabbitte: No ad hoc pay deals made under duress

Pat Rabbitte: No ad hoc pay deals made under duress

Fine Gael, of all parties, has given the impression that it has acquiesced in gardaí being entitled to strike

Taking a leaf out of the German banking book

Taking a leaf out of the German banking book

The latest banking ‘Third Force’ proposal may help close the credit supply gap, especially for SMEs in Ireland

Gardaí right not to cross the Rubicon

Gardaí right not to cross the Rubicon

To jeopardise the security of the state and the protection of its citizens is unthinkable

Games of Monopoly and national media

Games of Monopoly and national media

Media plurality is a huge factor in determining the character of our public discourse