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A file photograph of Reform Alliance members, which could become a new political party under the ‘Independent Alliance’ banner. From left: Billy Timmins, Paul Bradford, Peter Mathews, Fidelma Healy Eames, Lucinda Creighton and Terence Flanagan.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

A member of the Reform Alliance has ruled out joining a new party that could evolve from the group of former Fine Gael TDs and senators. Denis Naughte(...)

Minister of State for Health Alex White. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The review of discretionary medical cards has been halted, Minister of State for Health Alex White has told the Dáil, while a new system based on med(...)

Senator Terry Leyden’s daughter Orla, a sitting councillor,  retained a  seat for Fianna Fáil in Roscommon

Fianna Fáil taking eight out of eighteen seats on Roscommon County Council, coupled with the implosion of the Fine Gael vote in each of the three elec(...)

“It is amazing we have so few mistakes relating to identity, with people consequently being given inappropriate treatments, particularly in hospitals.’’ Photograph: Eric Luke

Fine Gael TD Olivia Mitchell has called for a computerised link between the Departments of Health and Social Protection. (...)

Oireachtas committee told worst delays at the Beaumont and Mater hospitals. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ambulances in Dublin are waiting up to 16 hours outside emergency departments to hand over patients, an Oireachtas committee w(...)

Fr Niall Molloy who died at Clara Co Offaly in July 1985

A retired parish priest has written to Minister for Justice Alan Shatter calling for an independent commission of inquiry into the “horrendous death” (...)

Plinth politics: Reform Alliance members (from left) Billy Timmins, Paul Bradford, Peter Mathews, Fidelma Healy Eames, Lucinda Creighton and Terence Flanagan. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Whatever you do, don’t call it a party. Today, the Reform Alliance, the group comprised of seven members of the Oireachtas – five TDs and two Senators(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin: “Greater transparency and accountability in the use of expenditure from the allowance will also be achieved”

Reducing the allowance paid to Independent TDs and parliamentary party leaders by 10 per cent will save €840,000 in a full year, Minister for Public E(...)

 Reform Alliance member and Wicklow TD Billy Timmins who said the conference would   focus on  political, economic and health reform.

The Reform Alliance, comprised of breakaway Fine Gael TDs and Senators, is to hold its first conference on January 25th, at the RDS in Dublin. Wicklow(...)

Lucinda Creighton: “There is no party and there has been no discussion about setting one up.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Reform Alliance, comprised of breakaway Fine Gael TDs and Senators, has registered with the Standards in Public Office Commission as a “third part(...)

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