His public utterances suggest an unexpected contempt for politicians. He appears to tolerate them only to reach the levers of power with which he is obsessed, and where he believes that he can effect much-needed change
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Two years ago, Gina Miller took a court case which ensured that British MPs and peers were allowed to vote on the triggering of Article 50 to initiate Brexit. Now she is fighting again, this time against the wishes of Brexiteers to force through a No Deal exit
IFA president Joe Healy is still lobbying hard to limit the damage of the Mercosur deal, but he is adamant that Irish farmers are better off in the European Union than out of it. He’s also weighing up a move into party politics
Edward Crawford is known for his philanthropy, but he nailed his political colours to the Republican Party mast long ago and has been a donor to various candidates throughout his life
For two years, junior finance minister Michael D’Arcy has been battling to get to grips with Ireland’s spiralling insurance costs. But how much progress has he made?
The 24-hour call number will provide a single point of contact for people in mental health distress and advise them of the most relevant service to help them
Legislation to tackle ‘compo culture’ will be joined by new Garda structure to tackle fraudulent claims