Use ye not the word 'fulsome' when ye mean 'full', for that is unclean
One way or another Kenny has defused a potentially divisive and damaging internal issue for Fine Gael.
Most analysts still insist that Trump’s lead in the Republican field will pass as the race gets more serious. But he has undoubtedly transformed the nature of the election debate
It is vital the Irish Farmers’ Association returns to being a well-governed body serving members and their families
The law is a teacher. It embodies what society considers to be worth both validating and punishing.
Admissions policies are another ‘dark stain’ and an affront to the ideals of the Republic
We no longer need to covet the American way of life as our ‘stuff’ is the same as theirs
Burning the senior bondholders would have made us all feel better. But it would not have made a really significant difference to the sums
Referendums on the Euro in Sweden, on the constitutional treaty in France and the Netherlands, on the Lisbon Treaty in Ireland and Denmark produced a rejection or No to Europe vote.
Nothing concentrates the minds of politicians like the fear of a further election. Next year will be no different.
We humans are a tricky species. Our hearts rule our heads, and emotions trump reason. Mix humans with climate change and you get a perfect storm.
The upward adjustment this year is higher than in any year during the property boom
News likes unambiguous, discrete events, straight-forward, one-off happenings rather than long-term social trends
Deadliest violence to strike France since 1945 was probably the mass killing of Algerians by Paris police in 1961
Oisín Tymon wrong to claim “lazy Irish c***” remark was ethnically motivated
The motivation for The Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence (ICGBV) for the next 10 years is to prevent and respond to all of forms of violence against women and girls
Labour’s framework legislation will allow abortion on four medically certified grounds
A new way of measuring on-pitch incidents
Multinational mergers by way of inversion remain controversial but benefits for Ireland will take time to emerge
In doing so he turned science on its head and took over Newton’s mantle in defining the new age
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