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Sunday 8 March, 2015

The countdown is on for the UK general election – and Fine Gael and Labour should pay attention

This election will prove a relevant comparison to next year’s general election in Ireland.

Tuesday 9 December, 2014

Opinion: Mary Lou would elevate Sinn Féin to the political elite as party leader

It’s obvious to observers on the side-line that it makes sense for Adams to step aside and make way for a leader who can elevate the party into the political establishment, south of the border.

Monday 25 August, 2014

Opinion: It's crunch time... Salmond and Darling go head-to-head over Scotland's future

With so many undecided voters, campaigners are under massive pressure to influence the outcome of the upcoming referendum.

Thursday 13 February, 2014

Column: For the first time, a woman is to be the mayor of Paris

The campaign race for Paris city hall has the city abuzz as – for the first time in the 2,000 year history of the capital – a female will be mayor, writes Natalie Tennyson.

Tuesday 26 November, 2013

Column: The countdown to Scotland's referendum is on – but many questions remain

The landmark referendum is to be held next September but, whatever the outcome, questions remain over how it might affect national identity and government policy in Scotland, England and Northern Ireland, writes Natalie Tennyson.