# politics - Yesterday’s News
# politics - Thursday 13 October, 2016
Have a look to see if politicians are covering the issues that matter most to you.
# politics - Monday 10 October, 2016
Here’s what you missed while you slept.
# politics - Wednesday 5 October, 2016
Accusing Labour of abandoning the centre, May sounded less Margaret Thatcher and more Tony Blair.
John Deasy also reckons Enda Kenny would be “dragged out of the place, kicking and screaming”.
# politics - Saturday 1 October, 2016
With the political landscape so uncertain, the current government is unlikely to rush a referendum through.
# politics - Tuesday 27 September, 2016
The race for the White House remains Hillary Clinton’s to lose, writes Larry Donnelly.
*Except for that one day to talk about Apple.
# politics - Monday 26 September, 2016
Two reports into the campaign have been sent to Parliamentary Party members.
# politics - Sunday 25 September, 2016
We do things a little differently here.
# politics - Sunday 18 September, 2016
According to the latest opinion poll, at least.
# politics - Saturday 17 September, 2016
Finian Mcgrath said the Independent Alliance were committed to the Programme for Government.
# politics - Sunday 4 September, 2016
A bad leader has the same addiction to power as an alcoholic has to alcohol or a gambler has to gambling.
# politics - Wednesday 31 August, 2016
The Dáil could be recalled after Cabinet members fail to agree on Apple ruling appeal
This has ended 13 years of leftist rule in the country.
# politics - Friday 26 August, 2016
The former deputy leader of Fine Gael died this morning at the age of 88.
# politics - Sunday 21 August, 2016
The presidential candidate has proposed lowering the US rate to 15%.
# politics - Tuesday 9 August, 2016
The junior minister says the military planes should at the very least be searched.
# politics - Monday 8 August, 2016
The experts essentially declared the brash billionaire unfit for office.
# politics - Thursday 14 July, 2016
Earlier, Michael Gove was dropped from Theresa May’s Cabinet.
# politics - Friday 8 July, 2016
The families are private tenants but can’t avail of rent supplement due to laws around housing.
# politics - Saturday 2 July, 2016
Julian Mercille writes that the coming weeks could have fateful consequences for the Labour Party.
# politics - Wednesday 29 June, 2016
Voting is mandatory in Australia for all adults, with turnout never falling below 90% since it became compulsory in 1924.
# politics - Tuesday 28 June, 2016
His own MPs voted by a margin of 40 to 172 against him.
Eamon Scanlon said that the question had been “misinterpreted”.
# politics - Monday 27 June, 2016
David Cameron’s stint as prime minister has come to an unedifying end, dogged by the Europe question, writes Neale Richmond.
# politics - Wednesday 22 June, 2016
The bill will be brought before the Dáil tomorrow.
Owen Worth talks about how the election process has become more sensational and less accurate
# politics - Tuesday 21 June, 2016
Beckham v Hurley, Clarkson v Caine, Geldof v someone off Geordie Shore.
# politics - Sunday 19 June, 2016
John Halligan, Mairead McGuinness and Joan Burton have all spoken out today in various ways.
# politics - Saturday 18 June, 2016
A new Misuse of Drugs Bill brought to government this week contains no mention of the centres.
# politics - Friday 17 June, 2016
Communications Minister Denis Naughten says ambulances are now reaching houses quicker.
# politics - Saturday 11 June, 2016
Clinton will need women to win the race, but will they stand with her?
# politics - Saturday 28 May, 2016
In the wake of the Panama Papers controversy, what’s the national mood in Iceland? TheJournal.ie visited, to find out.
The rise of the extremist right is more insidious and worrying, writes Aaron McKenna.
# politics - Saturday 21 May, 2016
Sources say that Kelly will stay in the party.
Sanders had $6 million left in the bank at the start of the month.
# politics - Wednesday 18 May, 2016
It’s no longer all male – and there are some new faces.
He’s been written off thus far, but he’s still around and could become President.
# politics - Sunday 15 May, 2016
From Westeros to West Kerry.
# politics - Saturday 7 May, 2016
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) still hold the most seats, having finished the day on 38.