James Reilly

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A demonstration in February 1992 outside Government Buildings against the High Court injunction forbidding a 14-year-old rape victim from obtaining an abortion in Britain. The banner includes a telephone number which was deleted by The Irish Times, in compliance with the High Court ruling of December 1986, which found that the provision of assistance, including information, to a pregnant woman seeking an abortion was in breach of Article 40 of the Constitution. Photograph: Eric Luke

1983 Referendum leads to constitutional amendment recognising the right to life of the unborn child. 1986 High Court rules that the availability to w(...)

Senator David Norris on Budget 2017: “I think it is a complete and utter waste of time. It has been leaked for weeks.”

David Norris spoke for many on Tuesday afternoon after Michael Noonan and Paschal Donohoe performed the traditional reading of the budget leaks into t(...)

Private patients in public hospitals pay – or their insurers do – rates ranging from €813 for a bed in a ward to €1,000 for a private room.

Premiums for private health insurance policyholders are being driven up by the public hospital charge, according to health insurance expert totalheal(...)

Cystic fibrosis unit at St Vincent’s Hospital, Dublin. A ‘wonder drug’ used to treat adult cystic fibrosis patients has been rejected for use in a group of child patients.

A “wonder drug” used to treat adult cystic fibrosis patients has been rejected for use in a group of child patients after a study found it would cost (...)

Loughton House in Moneygall, Co Offaly: 91 per  cent  of 2,700 lots under the hammer were sold and the house is still on the market for €2.75 million.

Sheppard’s marathon four-day auction at Loughton House in Moneygall, Co Offaly concluded last weekend after more than 2,700 lots went under the hammer(...)

Independent Senator Alice Mary Higgins: “EU-Canada pact a game-changer with potential to affect our public services, environment and policy decisions in a way we have not seen before.” Photograph: The Irish Times

A motion moved by Independent Alice Mary Higgins to stop Ireland signing up to a free trade agreement between the EU and Canada was passed by one vote(...)

An engraving of an 18th century French painting, valued at €1,000 sold for €60,000 and was the “sleeper” during day two of Sheppard’s auction at Lough(...)

 Taoiseach Enda Kenny addresses a gathering of Fine Gael supporters in CHQ Building, Custom House Quay, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Fine Gael needs to rely less on “self-appointed sources of authority” and party strategy must not be kept within a tight group of senior figures if th(...)

Fine Gael deputy leader and Senator Dr James Reilly: in 2001, he and his wife Dorothy bought Loughton House, a 13-bedroom Georgian mansion on 82 acres outside the village of Moneygall, Co Offaly

Viewing begins this morning for the auction of the contents of Loughton House – the country estate of Fine Gael deputy leader and Senator, Dr James R(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and senior Fine Gael figures  at the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, Co Kildare on  the second day of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party meeting. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is prepared to fight any moves to remove him as Fine Gael leader as a growing number of backbenchers and Ministers say his positi(...)

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