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 At the Green Party launch  in Dublin of its European Parliament campaign    are (from left): Mark Dearey, Midlands–North-West;  Grace O’Sullivan,  South,  party leader and Dublin candidate Eamon Ryan and Ross Brown, a candidate in the North constituency. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Green Party is contesting all four constituencies on the island in May’s European ele(...)

Pictured at the Green Party launch of its European parliamentary election campaign  launcg in Buswells Hotel in Dublin today  are, (from left) Mark Dearey,  Ross Brown,  Eamon Ryan and Grace O Sullivan. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Green Party will contest the four European parliament constituencies throughout the island in the May elections. Party leader Eamon Ryan, w(...)

The main flaw to Labour’s proposal  to cut the property tax by up to 15 per cent is that the party  is unlikely to win the seats required in the local elections to put  itself in a position to do so.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

There is only one flaw with the Labour Party local elections manifesto plan to cut property tax by 15 per cent in councils where it is the dominant pa(...)

 Minister of State at the Department of Finance Brian Hayes at Leinster house today where he announced his candidacy in the upcoming European elections. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

With the field for the European election in Dublin now clear, the key question to be settled in May is whether the Opposition can deal a blow the Gove(...)

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan, a former minister for energy and natural resources, said the Fine Gael and Labour Coalition has three fundamental questions to answer on how the new utility was conceived and came into being.  Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

and Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has said that three crucial changes and decisions made by the Coalition in setting up Irish Water may potentially c(...)

Members of the new German coalition government, including (from left)  Sigmar Gabriel, chairman of the SPD;  foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier; defence minister Ursula von der Leyen; and CDU leader and chancellor Angela Merkel (far right). Photograph: Seán Gallup/Getty Images

Asked in September how long she expected coalition negotiations to take, chancellor Angela Merkel joked that “Christmas comes sooner than you think”.A(...)

The demographic base of Fine Gael’s support indicates it could win well in excess of 30 per cent if an election had been held this week

The revival in support for both Government parties since the autumn is the main feature of today’s Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll.What is striking is tha(...)

Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan said some revisions need to be made to the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Bill.

Long-awaited legislation on climate change will be published by Easter, Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has said.Mr Hogan has told the Parliam(...)

Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) Sigmar Gabriel delivers a speech during its regional party conference in Nuremberg on December 1st. Photograph: Timm Schamberger/EPA

Red scarves knotted against the bitter cold, hundreds of SPD rank-and-file members scurry along the dark Hamburg street.Passing a sign for a “friendsh(...)

So, how many of you vowed never to watch sport on telly again after the All Greens had victory pilfered from them at the death in Lansdowne last week,(...)

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