Matt Cooper: A fear of appearing uncaring is suppressing concerns over the national debt
At the end of the government’s term, the national debt will be €280 billion, and the younger generation could be left once again to pick up the tab
James McDermott: How ‘lucky leader’ Southgate has made an impossible job seem almost possible
A string of England managers have been ridiculed into oblivion by British tabloids, but Gareth Southgate has had good fortune on his side, making use of a handy draw to bring his team to tonight’s Euro 2020 final
Matt Cooper: Plastic pollsters pulling a stroke undermines trust and politics
The political parties’ cavalier attitude to revelations of fake polling suggests they think we’re as cynical as they are
Willie O’Reilly: Could Covid meet its match this summer?
With the Euros just started and Wimbledon, the Open, the Olympics, the Lions and GAA coming down the tracks, the pandemic will have to fight for column inches