It's all about the numbers says Harry McGee as he reports from Leinster House for the resumption of the Dáil following the summer break. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Harry McGee reports from the Fianna Fáil political party think-in, where TDs and senators are in a more upbeat mood than previous think-ins. Video: Harry McGee
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, insists that no favourable treatment was shown to Apple as the Dáil debate whether to appeal the EU Commission's recent ruling that Ireland provided unlawful State aid to the American company.
As Dáil Éireann resumes business at the end of September, following the summer break, Irish Times Deputy Political Editor Pat Leahy outlines the four biggest issues facing the Government. Video: Bryan O’Brien
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump refers to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as "the devil" at a campaign rally Pennsylvania .
Pat Leahy reports on taoiseach Enda Kenny's meeting with President Francois Hollande of France where both men have said the United Kingdom should trigger its exit from the European Union “as soon as possible”. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Ceann Comhairle Sean Ó Fearghaíl has reminded TDs of their responsibilities after an 'unprecedented event' when fewer than 20 members required for a quorum were in attendance in the Dáil.
TD Clare Daly, speaking in the Dáil, has shared a letter sent to her by a woman who received a diagnosis of fatal foetal abnormality for her unborn son.
"Are you friend or foe?" Republican presumptive candidate Donald Trump asked a Turkish reporter in the audience during the Western Conservative Summit in Denver, Colorado on Friday (July 1). Video: Reuters
Kate O'Connell TD has shared her personal experience of a traumatic pregnancy diagnosis during an emotional speech in the Dáil.
The Dáil has been suspended, the first occasion this has occurred since the general election, after a disagreement over the Lansdowne Road agreement.
In a speech to Canadian Parliament, U.S. President Barack Obama says he is confident Europeans will come up with a 'prudent' plan to move forward after the Brexit referendum but warns that the "frustrations" that led to the historic vote were not unique to the United Kingdom.
Pat Leahy, Deputy Political Editor, The Irish Times reports from Dáil Eireann as Taoiseach Enda Kenny outlines the government’s plans for dealing with Brexit in both the long-term and over the next couple of days in Brussels. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Hyperbole and scaremongering have dominated both sides of the Brexit campaign. Whatever the outcome of Thursday's referendum, significant work will have to be done to alleviate the fear generated in the campaign.
British Prime Minister appeared on BBC Question Time last night (June 19) to field questions on immigration, Turkey and cabinet shake ups in the build up to the Brexit vote this Thursday. Video: BBC
After failing to win seats in the 2016 general election, Renua’s future looks uncertain. What went wrong and where does the party stand now? Here we look at key moments in the party’s brief history.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD has described comments made by US presidential candidate Donald Trump as “racist and dangerous’’ and suggested that there is an alternative to voting for the republican frontrunner.
Sinn Féin TD Martin Kenny of Sligo-Leitrim cites examples of alleged Garda malpractice in the Leitrim district.
Brendan Howlin is the new leader of the Labour Party. Pat Leahy Deputy Political Editor of The Irish Times reports on the challenges facing the Wexford TD. Video: Bryan O’Brien
Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald addresses the Dáil in relation to the ongoing fallout surrounding Garda Commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan and the O’Higgins report into alleged Garda malpractice.
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