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# leaders-debate - Today’s News
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# leaders-debate - Friday 20 September, 2013
Micheál Martin has accepted an invitation to a head-to-head debate between the party leaders on 1 October but will the Taoiseach?
# leaders-debate - Tuesday 1 May, 2012
Join TheJournal.ie as we track the hits and misses of the first major televised debate between the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ camps in the Fiscal Compact referendum.
# leaders-debate - Wednesday 23 February, 2011
Who was the best host of the four televised leaders’ debates – TV3′s Vincent Browne, TG4′s Eimear Ní Chonaola, RTE’s Pat Kenny or the host of the final debate, Miriam O’Callaghan?
While the final leaders’ debate raged on, we kept an eye on what the Twitter folk were saying. Here are some of yesterday evening’s better tweets.
A simple question, perhaps not a simple answer: who came out best from last night’s RTÉ leaders’ debate?
# leaders-debate - Friday 18 February, 2011
We had the chance to assess the five heads of the main political parties at the start of the week – but how did the audience
# leaders-debate - Wednesday 16 February, 2011
Eamon Gilmore, Enda Kenny and Micheál Martin take part in the first of their two three-way leaders’ debates on TG4.
Irish language debate will be broadcast on TG4 twice tonight, as campaigns focus today on energy, political reform, and jobs.
# leaders-debate - Tuesday 15 February, 2011
TheJournal.ie’s Twitter Tracker now tracks sentiment – and shows that all five parties were bemoaned during RTÉ’s debate.
Five things you really should need know as you wrap up work this Tuesday evening…
Gerry Adams says Martin’s comments about the Sinn Féin leader are a distraction from Fianna Fáil’s lack of real solutions and proposals for the economy.
Enda Kenny’s solid performance sees the odds of a resounding Fine Gael victory shorten with the major bookmakers.
Nine things you need to know by 9am: The verdict on the leaders’ debate; Anglo accuses Drumm of deception and misconduct, and how a couple on a Valentine’s break narrowly escape being crushed by a train.
A round-up of today’s news and front page coverage of last nights five-way leaders’ debate.
A simple question, but probably no simple answer: who came out on top on The Frontline’s Valentine’s Day Debate?
The missed blows, the landed punches and – maybe – the policies that emerged in last night’s five-way leaders’ debate at RTE.
# leaders-debate - Monday 14 February, 2011
The Twitterati were busy throughout the second leaders’ debate and we’ve picked a selection of their tweets.
Five things you need to know: No Valentine for Merkel from Enda, McWilliams regrets opening the door to Brian Lenihan (literally), and a dash to hospital for a Grammy reporter.
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Survivors may sue Manx2 over crash; 5-year-olds suffer from eating disorders; and your chance to say ‘I love you’, the Enda way.
# leaders-debate - Wednesday 9 February, 2011
Fianna Fáil, Labour and Fine Gael have all continued their discussion on whether the bank guarantee was a mistake.
We want your verdict on last night’s leaders’ debate on TV3
Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny seemed unperturbed by criticism levelled at him for not attending the live leaders’ debate last night, saying that his meeting in Letirim was the “first political meeting that has been streamed live on the internet”.
Despite the empty chair, last night’s live leaders’ debate trended worldwide on Twitter.
Last night’s TV3 debate between Eamon Gilmore and Micheal Martin was relatively restrained… and so was Vincent Browne.
# leaders-debate - Tuesday 8 February, 2011
The Fine Gael leader says the party’s plan to shed 30,000 state workers would cost €1bn, but save €10bn in five years.
Will the empty chair change people’s minds about voting Fine Gael?
Round-up of Twitter and tabloid reactions to the Fine Gael leader’s refusal to take part in the first leaders’ debate tonight on TV3.
# leaders-debate - Monday 7 February, 2011
The Greens’ leader says he wants to be “helpful” – but he too thinks a five-way debate is the best option.
TV3′s broadcaster says Enda Kenny has used Vincent Browne’s presence as an excuse not to take part in the channel’s debate.
FG leader confirms he will not be participating in the first leaders’ debate this Tuesday evening, citing scheduling difficulties.
# leaders-debate - Friday 28 January, 2011
Nine things you need to know by 9am: More health insurance hikes, more debates about debates, but no more fanmail for Hitler’s former bodyguard…
# leaders-debate - Thursday 27 January, 2011
Party leaders are lining up for a series of televised debates ahead of polling day, but who wants which kind of debate?
Enda Kenny has rejected the invitation of a debate between Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Labour, saying that other political parties must also be included.