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John Hume has been described as “an apostle of nonviolence”, a “committed European” and a “giant of peace” in international media. Mr Hume, who was 8(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and British prime minister Boris Johnson at Government Buildings in Dublin on Monday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/EPA

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and British prime minister Boris Johnson held their first official meeting in their current roles at Government Buildings in Du(...)

The European Parliament vote in favour of suspending EU membership talks with Turkey is non-binding. Photograph: Chris McGrath/Getty Images

The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly in favour of suspending European Union membership talks with Turkey on Thursday, reflecting a hardening s(...)

Ken Murphy, Mark Tighe and Simon Murphy at the Law Society media awards.

The Irish Times has been recognised for three pieces of journalism covering the Irish legal system at the 25th annual Law Society Justice Media Awards(...)

Alastair Campbell: “I’m making a guess here but most of the Irish business community are probably for Britain staying in.” Photograph: Getty Images

Voters in Britain are not seized of the implications for Ireland of the looming Brexit referendum on EU membership, former British government spokesma(...)

The Ta and Nil Gates used for manual voting in the Dail Chamber at Leinster Housetaken

To use the hackneyed phrase, “the people have spoken”. One thing is sure: they have not spoken with one voice. This leaves the political system with t(...)

For decades, the legal profession has been in the crosshairs of external critics of the Irish economy. Every couple of years the Paris-based Organis(...)

Fianna Fáil enterprise spokesman Dara Calleary told the Ibec business debate political parties are not debating the serious effects a Brexit could have on Ireland.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The Irish political system is not adequately debating the potential consequences of a British exit from the European Union, an election debate for bus(...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The controversial Central Bank mortgage rules, which have particularly affected first-time buyers, will be reviewed in the summer, the bank’s new gove(...)

The Bar Council retains the right to refuse membership of the Law Library to barristers in employment or new business models. The Law Society retains financial and accounting oversight of solicitors.

After years of delay, Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald expects to commence legislation to overhaul the legal professions early in 2016. Records(...)

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