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23rd January 2020

Who was the winner of the first GE2020 debate?

Leo Varadkar and Micheál Martin faced off in the first televised debate of the GE2020 campaign.

20th January 2020

Majority would choose Micheál Martin as new Taoiseach — 360 poll

The first PR360 2020 Leader series poll shows Fianna Fáil leader on top.

11th December 2019

Brexit deadlock, WeWork chaos, and Wagatha Christie: the year that was

2019: the year of political turmoil, zeitgeist change, and footballers’ wives.

06th November 2019

Suspicion and untruth are letting down Ireland’s asylum seekers and local communities

The long-term solution to Ireland’s direct provision centre crisis requires a two-way dialogue.

03rd October 2019

Prepare for (trade) war: EU Commissioner Phil Hogan’s first real challenge may come from DC, not London

After a landmark WTO ruling, the EU Commission will need to work hard to avoid full-scale trade war with the US.

12th March 2019

Reform of the Public Accounts Committee could do more harm than good

While the PAC’s style of questioning grates with some, attempts to curb its power risk muzzling one of the Dáil’s most effective Committees.

30th August 2018

Ireland must plan now for post-Brexit medicine shortages

With Brexit looming, Ireland needs a medicines supply plan to avoid a dangerous shortage of life-saving drugs.

08th March 2018

Can an Internet Safety Commissioner work in Ireland?

The extent to which anyone has a right to free speech in the purest form, with no restrictions, is a conundrum which is certainly not new.

22nd January 2018

One hundred years after giving Irish women the vote, what progress have we made?

In short, the answer is ‘not enough’.