# politics - Today’s News
Gallagher claims the 2011 Frontline debate was unfair.
It looks like there won’t be another election in the near future. Are you happy?
# politics - Thursday 28 April, 2016
He was also suspended from the Labour Party today.
# politics - Wednesday 27 April, 2016
It remains unclear whether billpayers will be refunded or non-billpayers will be pursued.
# politics - Wednesday 20 April, 2016
Anders Behring Breivik, the death of Victoria Wood and the ongoing government talks had people talking today.
# politics - Monday 18 April, 2016
Talks between the country’s two largest parties will resume later today.
# politics - Thursday 14 April, 2016
Kenny lost out by 52 votes to 77. Martin lost out by 43 to 91.
# politics - Wednesday 13 April, 2016
The independent TDs have wish-lists on issues such as health and housing – and they’re standing firm on them.
# politics - Tuesday 12 April, 2016
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are still talking.
The President can refuse a dissolution request when the Taoiseach does not have the support of the majority of the Dáil.
# politics - Friday 8 April, 2016
Amid second election speculation, Leo Varadkar says ‘this couldn’t go on six more weeks’.
# politics - Sunday 3 April, 2016
TheJournal.ie’s FactCheck is back – and we want to hear from you.
# politics - Wednesday 30 March, 2016
Aung San Suu Kyi can’t be president, but a close friend of hers has taken the job.
# politics - Wednesday 23 March, 2016
Analysis: Fine Gael is serious about a minority government without Fianna Fáil, but it will eventually have to talk to the old enemy.
# politics - Thursday 17 March, 2016
Research from The Economist has said if he becomes president, there is a risk of trade war and further threats from jihadi groups.
# politics - Wednesday 16 March, 2016
It was another good Tuesday for Donald Trump, with him walloping Florida Senator Marco Rubio in his home state, writes Larry Donnelly.
# politics - Monday 14 March, 2016
The far-right AfD made strong gains in three state polls yesterday.
# politics - Sunday 13 March, 2016
In the Dáil, the charade of religious worship equals the charade of politics in its need for reform, writes Oliver Moran.
# politics - Monday 7 March, 2016
There’s no need to panic, this is a political evolution, not a crisis, writes Maura Adshead.
# politics - Wednesday 2 March, 2016
Republican and Democratic voters went to the polls today in what is known as Super Tuesday.
# politics - Tuesday 1 March, 2016
I have found it disheartening the way our major political parties have once again belittled their voting public, writes Rob McDonnell.
# politics - Monday 29 February, 2016
It’s been a long weekend. Stay with us as the count continues.
Lots of politicians had lots to say today as you might imagine, and not all of it was nice.
# politics - Sunday 28 February, 2016
Meet the new kids on the block.
The government’s electoral campaign emphasised the two slogans of “economic recovery” and “stability” failed to convince many voters, writes columnist Julien Mercille.
# politics - Friday 26 February, 2016
Everything you ever wanted to know about voting, but were too afraid to ask…
# politics - Thursday 25 February, 2016
If you’re looking at the polls to indicate the outcome, you should be careful, writes Tom Louwerse.
# politics - Wednesday 24 February, 2016
Columnist Julien Mercille gives us his take on the election ahead.
# politics - Monday 22 February, 2016
Yes, we know it’s a bit meta to have a poll on polls…
# politics - Sunday 21 February, 2016
Lots of people don’t open their doors and many don’t want to talk – but I still love canvassing, writes Donnacha Maguire.
A referendum will be held on 23 June.
# politics - Thursday 18 February, 2016
Christina Finn lived and worked as a journalist in the Co Wicklow town when housing and homelessness were big concerns. Are they still?
# politics - Tuesday 16 February, 2016
The boxer was speaking ahead of May elections in the Philippines.
“Claire Byrne, you sassy queen!”
# politics - Sunday 14 February, 2016
Oh, you shouldn’t have. No, really.
The former minister said he believes political opponents are sabotaging his campaign.
# politics - Wednesday 10 February, 2016
While Sinn Féin’s manifesto pledge was always going to attract close scrutiny, the shootings in the past week have thrust its existence to the top of the news-cycle, writes Dr Alan Greene.
# politics - Monday 8 February, 2016
The Continuity IRA, which has its roots in a Provisional IRA split in 1986, has claimed responsibility for the attack.
# politics - Sunday 7 February, 2016
# politics - Thursday 4 February, 2016
The deadline is next week.