Fine Gael

Analysis: Fine Gael looks to the ‘Republic of Opportunity’ in quest for votes

Pat Rabbitte: Bacik looks most likely to deny Fine Gael in Dublin Bay South

Politics Pat Rabbitte 4 weeks ago

Housing crisis is coming home to roost for the government parties

Housing Elaine Byrne 1 month ago

David McManus: We need pragmatic housing policy, not Sinn Féin ideology

Housing David McManus 1 month ago

Red C poll: FF feels the heat as electorate gets frustrated over vaccines

Politics Michael Brennan 2 months ago

Pat Rabbitte: St Patrick’s Day virtual meet reveals harsh reality of Martin’s predicament

Politics Pat Rabbitte 2 months ago

Fianna Fáil takes hit over lockdown and slow rate of vaccine rollout

Home Michael Brennan 3 months ago

Confusing messages and lack of clarity raise the ire of a weary nation

Home Aiden Corkery 3 months ago

Fine Gael may be benefiting from a lack of ‘acceptable’ alternatives

Analysis: How Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil will try to outmanoeuvre Eamon Ryan in ‘road wars’

Matt Cooper: Fraying coalition could open door to McDonald as Taoiseach

The Last Post Matt Cooper 4 months ago

Elaine Byrne: Election 2020 tallies tell a tale of growing shift to class politics

Politics Elaine Byrne 4 months ago

Councillors submit emergency motion calling for audit of Dublin City Council housing bill

Housing Killian Woods 4 months ago

Martin Heydon: ‘We have farmers on their own all day, every day’

Home Michael Brennan 4 months ago

Pat Rabbitte: Post-pandemic era will bring a new politics

Politics Pat Rabbitte 5 months ago

Analysis: Fine Gael and Sinn Féin trade blows as if it’s an election year

Politics Michael Brennan 5 months ago

Comment: We should double Services Sites Fund to drive down cost of affordable housing in Dublin

Housing James Geoghegan 5 months ago

Noonan warned against spending spree in his final budget

Home Michael Brennan 5 months ago

Jim O’Callaghan: The real enemy is the polarising of our politics and the cutting out of the vital middle ground