Tom Curran

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England’s Jonny Bairstow bats during the final one-day international against the West Indies in Southampton. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

England set aside this week’s controversial distractions to restrict West Indies to a stop-start 288 for six as they try to close out a 4-0 Royal Lond(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will seek to introduce changes to Fine Gael’s rules at the party’s national conference in November.

Fine Gael is still basking from the glory of its new leader Leo Varadkar, but there is a growing sense that the Taoiseach is failing to capit(...)

John Deacy TD and his brother, Jamie, lead their father’s coffin into  St Mary’s Church in Dungarvan. Photograph: Mary Browne

Fine Gael minister Austin Deasy (80) was recalled at his funeral as a politician who delivered for his constituents in his Waterford constituency for (...)

Ireland’s next taoiseach:  Leo Varadkar arrives at the Fine Gael count on Friday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Buying pints on an early-summer evening in Dublin may have seemed a pleasant task, but it was work all the same. John Paul Phelan, the Fine Gael TD fo(...)

Leo Varadkar: “Appears to have an unstoppable momentum at this stage.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Perhaps the most striking thing about the Fine Gael leadership campaign so far is the extent to which it has been entirely focused on the party’s inte(...)

Leo Varadkar is thinking about merging departments if his tilt at the Fine Gael party leadership is successful. Photograph: The Irish Times

Fine Gael leadership contender Leo Varadkar is considering merging the Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure into one if he wins the upcoming (...)

Enda Kenny: Will  the April 29th summit of the European Council be his last hurrah? Photograph: Getty Images

The Dáil faces into its Easter recess today, and the House will not resume until after the May bank holiday weekend. Breaks in the parliamentary and (...)

Enda Kenny: had  asked at the weekly Fine Gael steering group about how the contest to succeed him would be run

Some reforms to the Fine Gael party, recommended following its poor general election performance last year, will not be implemented until after a new (...)

Lunch with Leo: Senior Fine Gael figures were urged to facilitate more fundraising events included ticketed breakfast meetings or lunches with Ministers such as Leo Varadkar (above). Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Fine Gael Ministers have been urged to hold more fundraising events to generate money for the party in the event of a snap election. The trustees of (...)

The late Marie Fleming with her partner Tom Curran (left), daughter Corrinna Moore and family friend Brendan Gainey at the High Court in January 2013. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Tom Curran, the partner of late right-to-die campaigner Marie Fleming, has said he is disappointed a Garda investigation is under way into her death. (...)

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