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Last year
Ivana Bacik ‘very concerned’ Labour won’t be able to support a yes vote in care referendum
Wording concerns remain as date set for 'women in the home' and definition of family referendums
Open letter to Taoiseach seeks wording 'if gender equality referendum is to go ahead '
Taoiseach unsure if housing referendum will take place within this Government
Committee hears whether TDs are legally allowed to pass assisted dying laws in the Dáil
All time
Constitutional right to housing would be ‘limited’ rather than radical, committee hears
Citizens' Assembly recommends 'women in home' clause be removed from constitution
Explainer: What is the upcoming blasphemy referendum about?
Opinion: 'The Irish Constitution has served us well for the most part'
Dr Laura Cahillane
'It's about parental equality': Citizens' Assembly will not hear from fathers' group
Opinion: 'The Neutrality Bill would exclude Ireland from being an active supporter of perpetual war'
Roger Cole
"Schools are not data-processing centres": Irish bishops want 'balance' in discrimination debate
Socialist TDs call for 'medieval' 8th Amendment to be removed from Constitution
Explainer: What is the Council of State and why is it discussing the abortion bill?
Convention votes to lower voting age, rejects reduction of presidential term
Referendum website's 'Like' button illustrated bias for Yes vote
Voters want to scrap Seanad, give diaspora the vote and review Constitution
Children’s Referendum website corrected after omitting part of amendment
Minister: Government acted "in good faith" on referendum information
Supreme Court says Government's Referendum site 'not fair, equal or impartial'
Children vote on... children's referendum (They went for 'Yes')
Sinnott accused of engaging in 'hysterical hyperbole' over referendum
12 random items that convulsed Irish politics this past year
The Fiscal Compact Referendum: What are we voting on and why?
Column: Cutting judges’ pay has a price – and it’s not worth it
Sinéad Keogh