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# Big Philly Style

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Ireland's Phil Hogan has been presented with a medal of honour by the Republic of Austria
Hogan is Ireland’s representative on the European Commission.
'His next sentence stopped me in my tracks': McMahon's chat with a Ballymun youngster
Philly McMahon will tonight be named as the GWA Football Personality of the Year.
'A kick in the backside': Sinn Féin MEP on THAT smackdown from Phil Hogan
Matt Carthy was on the receiving end of a political smackdown from Ireland’s European Commissioner last year.
It's 20 years since Phil Hogan leaked the Budget and had to resign
The unassuming politician, as we all know, immediately bowed out of public life and hasn’t been heard from since…
There are no records of some meetings Phil Hogan had about Irish Water
Fresh details – or the lack of – about discussions between Bord Gáis and the then-environment minister have emerged.
Phil Hogan is settling into his role in Europe - and he wants to look after farmers
Not just Irish farmers.
'Water is not free' - Hogan says it's either water charges or more income tax
Hogan said people can protest if they like but the charges are not going anywhere.
Nobody knows which EU job Phil Hogan is getting... but we know which one he wants
Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes says the decision is a matter for Jean Claude Juncker…
'You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs': Hogan defends Irish Water spending
The Environment Minister has been called on to resign by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams today.
Donegal councillors have to agree a budget next Monday - or they'll be removed
And Phil ‘Big Phil’ Hogan will be doing the removal…
Hogan: No point having elected mayor for Dublin unless position is meaningful
The government intends to hold a referendum at the same time as the local elections next year to ask Dublin residents whether or not they want an elected mayor for the capital.
Hogan is going nowhere, but sees "no way back" for Fine Gael rebels
The Minister for Environment says that he is “very happy” to be in the cabinet and is not expecting a call to replace European Commissioner Máire Geoghegan Quinn.