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We cannot know whether the jury in Gail O’Rorke’s trial acquitted her on charges of assisting another to end her life because the case against her was(...)

The Irish Times Ipsos/MRBI “Family Values” poll put a series of statements to the public, relating family life in today’s Ireland. Attitudes often dif(...)

Protestors pictured during a March for Marriage in Dublin organised by LGBT Noise. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Campaign groups are coalescing, raising funds and selecting their headquarters. Political parties are crunching the numbers. On both sides, internal d(...)

Candles are lit by the public at the vigil at Eyre Square in Galway city in October  to mark the first anniversary of the death of Savita Halappanavar. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Within the timeframe of the past 70 years, good journalism has never been so important. Events, conflicts, great uncertainty and a deluge of questi(...)

‘What a weird fate,” exclaimed Vaclav Havel, “can befall certain words!” He was thinking particularly of “socialism”, but when he wrote those eight wo(...)

The level of public knowledge about some of the key economic and social facts of life in Ireland today, as revealed in the latest Irish Times Ipsos MR(...)


The “Public Perceptions” poll was carried out by Ipsos/MRBI on behalf of The Irish Times. Its purpose was to examine the public’s knowledge of some of(...)

Healthier eating
  • Health
  • November 1, 2013, 05:00

News that Irish people are placing an increasing emphasis on healthy eating is welcome. The Ipsos/MRBI poll carried out for Bord Bia this week found t(...)

Eamon Gilmore: even a reshuffle of minister is unlikely to have much beneficial effect for Labour.

There are days when we are reminded that Martyn Turner is one of the best political analysts in the country. Wednesday was one of those days. His cart(...)

Companies such as Twitter make much of their origins in hippie/libertarian philosophies. They are also rather keen on ’light-touch’ regulation.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that, were she alive today, Jane Austen would never be off Twitter. The social network has become an essential (...)

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