For patients who are clearly harmed by medical negligence a humane and cost-effective redress system must be found
In Scotland, massive swings may deprive Labour of up to 40 seats, in England Ukip inroads are likely to throw open scores of seats in three-way lotteries, constituency by constituency
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Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll
Families with teenage children and unemployed parents remain encumbered by expensive mortgages and detritus from the financial crash
A worthy proposition looks set for defeat
The firing squad returns in Utah after difficulties obtaining ‘drug of choice’
Proposal to cut age of presidential candidates from 35 to 21 fails to capture public imagination
Sinn Féin’s ambition to lead the next government is kept alive by the these findings
Upheaval not quite on a par with Greece
If adequate services cannot be delivered because of inadequate funding, senior executives should not pretend otherwise
Economy struggling with fall in oil price taking its toll against backdrop of corporate corruption scandal
Matches underline the robust health of the game notwithstanding real fears about concussion injuries and the physicality issue
Tunisian government needs economic aid and support in training its security forces from Europe and other allies
DUP likely to be the main beneficiary in pact with UUP
Britain’s economic recovery is good news for Irish exporters
Uncertainties prompt people to go abroad
Would we have discovered the Double Helix without long-term sustaining of exploratory research?
Prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu may have secured a new mandate but road ahead will be bumpy
With 50 days to polling Ukip and SNP know they can force hand of bigger parties
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