Politics - Yesterday’s News
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Politics - Yesterday’s News
Junior Minister Eoghan Murphy made an effort to impress international viewers on CNBC this week. But did he over-state the case?
The eastern side of Syrian city Aleppo has been subjected to an “unprecedented” bombing campaign over the last four days.
Trump threatens to put woman Bill Clinton had affair with in front row for first presidential debate
It’s unclear as to whether or not this is something that can actually happen.
After a crushing defeat in the last election, Labour’s Brendan Howlin talks about water charges, Alan Kelly and how the government nearly collapsed a number of times.
There is a long history of athletes taking a stand for justice, writes Julien Mercille.
The latest poll has shown solid support for the incumbent.
Politics - Saturday 24 September, 2016
Vincent Browne: I'm no friend of Gerry Adams, but the BBC Spotlight programme on him was tittle-tattle
The programme was compromised from the outside, filled with bullshit drama effects alongside dodgy journalism, writes Vincent Browne.
The Red C poll for the Sunday Business Post indicates Fianna Fáil remains the most popular party with a reduced approval numbers of 27%.
The 67-year-old has comprehensively defeated his leadership rival Owen Smith.
TDs will debate medicinal cannabis use in the near future.
And you could win an activity weekend away worth €500 thanks to Udo’s Oil.
Ray D’Arcy threatened to leave the country if Enda Kenny got in, back in 2010.
Jeremy Corbyn is going to cheer Tories by being re-elected Labour leader today. He's had quite the year
Unable to field a Shadow Cabinet after losing the support of Labour MPs, he is expected to see off a leadership tilt today.
How are both sides shaping up Ireland’s abortion debate?
Politics - Friday 23 September, 2016
“Do you think to yourself, oh, well, maybe I should be more racist?” the Democrat was asked.
Politics - Thursday 22 September, 2016
The outgoing US president has cited the Syrian Civil War as one of his most difficult challenges in government.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny had said yesterday he expected the move to happen in January.
Housing Minister Simon Coveney also said that a record number of people have been helped out of homelessness this year.
The government is announcing its ten-year plan to battle obesity today.
The RTÉ broadcaster is to chair a public meeting next week.
The Irish Examiner and ICMSA poll finds that 23% admitted to drink driving in the last six months.
Judge Mary Ellen Ring said they are taking up the slack for other agencies.
Politics - Wednesday 21 September, 2016
Finance Minister Michael Noonan agreed last night to appear before the committee.
Unless we address the issues of gun control, male violence, rage and alienation, we will see more and more lone wolf attacks, writes Tom Clonan.
Trinity College Dublin has been temporarily removed from the rankings while a review of its data is undertaken.
Will Michael Noonan be the first sitting minister to go to the PAC? Or is Leo Varadkar wrong?
He described the practice as “trickery of the worst type”.
The Government press office confirmed to TheJournal.ie that Red C polling will conduct the poll to decide the makeup of the assembly.
Denis Donaldson was shot dead months after admitting in 2005 he had been an MI5 agent for more than 20 years.
Judge Mary Ellen Ring spoke frankly to TDs and senators today.
The Taoiseach said he expects an early 2017 date for Article 50 to be invoked, after discussions with British ministers.
It’s reported Bush Snr said he’d back Hillary at an event for a bipartisan organisation.
Politics - Tuesday 20 September, 2016
Noonan made the announcement this evening.
The detective inspector was giving evidence today at the trial of a teenager accused of the false imprisonment of Joan Burton and her advisor.
Meanwhile, former US President George Bush Snr is said to be voting for Hillary Clinton.
The film got a standing ovation when it premiered in Dublin last night.
Grab the kids, you’re going on an adventure.
Fianna Fáil leader Michéal Martin said the government had to stop looking over its shoulder and lead.
Politics - Monday 19 September, 2016
Fitzgerald attended the inauguration of the new police commissioner today.
Fianna Fáil won't back Sinn Féin's motion to scrap water charges despite... wanting to scrap water charges
The party said it has signed up to an agreement with Fine Gael, which has put an expert commission in place.
A total of 20 people have come before the courts over the 2014 protest. .