Ronan Mullen

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Rónán Mullen, who is a barrister, hit out at the Law Society which said the proposals would put an end to the ‘embarrassing’  practice of a witness having to indicate their religious faith when making an affidavit. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Proposals that witnesses will no longer be required to swear before God or make an affirmation when filing affidavits have been criticised as an attac(...)

Senators will argue on Wednesday that there is no constitutional impediment to the summoning of a Seanad  with 49, rather than 60, members. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

If Green Party members end up rejecting the programme for government, there are two immediate possibilities this weekend: either a government is cobbl(...)

A Cavan chicken farmer is suing the Revenue Commissioners for damages.

A Cavan chicken farmer who alleges that his refusal to engage in VAT practices he believed were unlawful meant he was put out of business, is suing th(...)

DIY stores opened their doors for the first time in seven weeks as part of the initial phase of the lockdown exit. File photograph: Getty Images

“Jaysus, but I never thought this day would come,” said a man outside the Homebase hardware store on Dublin’s Naas Road as he collapsed his car’s back(...)

The Irish Times Debate 2020: Team champions Aislinn Carty and Eoghan Quinn of TCD Phil and individual winner Rachael Mullally of UCD Law. Photograph: Bryan Meade

Trinity College Dublin students Eoghan Quinn and Aislinn Carty were crowned team champions of the 60th Irish Times Debate competition at the event’s g(...)

Team winner Hugh Guidera from TCD Phil during the Irish Times Debate Final in 2015 held at Maynooth University. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

1960 “That this house regrets the divergence of the sciences from the humanities in the modern university.” Team winner: Charles Lysaght and Aidan B(...)

The Irish Times debate semi-final at UCD in 1966.

It was January 1960. Seán Lemass had recently taken over from de Valera. The arrival of television was just around the corner. The Catholic Church’s v(...)

Cyclist on the grounds of the Royal Hospital of Kilmainham. Photograph: Fran Veale

What’s so good about Kilmainham? Dublin 8 has seen seismic change in the last decade, changing from a traditional inner-city spot to a hyper-gentrifi(...)

Aontú’s Peadar Tóibín. It helps that the party has a real vision for fairness in everything. Our country desperately needs an alternative to the establishment’s entitled stagnancy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The local and European elections are an opportunity for pro-life people to show the political establishment that they have not gone away. After their (...)

 Rónán Mullen is one of the senators elected by NUI gradutes. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

A cross section of the Irish electorate – more than half a million people – only semi exercises its franchise. Many university graduates are ignoring,(...)

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