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# Irish Politics

Last week
30th June 2024 - 13th July 2024
What will a Keir Starmer premiership mean for Ireland?
Starmer has made campaign promises in some policy areas that would affect Anglo-Irish relations.
This year
Larry Donnelly: The immigration issue compounds uncertainty in Irish politics
Larry Donnelly
Last year
These are the winners and losers from the Irish political year 2023
Larry Donnelly: The Dublin riots triggered middle Ireland and its voters - politicians take heed
Larry Donnelly
Politicians arguing in the Dáil and having a drink together after doesn't happen anymore, says Varadkar
Opinion: The Commission has done the state some service but more TDs won’t solve the big issues
Dermot Ryan
Larry Donnelly: There's no denying that the ties between America and Ireland are exceptional
Larry Donnelly
Larry Donnelly: How will Irish politicians cope with an increasingly angry electorate?
Larry Donnelly
All time
Coveney: NI Protocol legislation may be 'put off' following Johnson's resignation
Sinn Féin remains in the lead as most popular party among voters, new poll shows
Next wave of Ukrainian refugees will be more vulnerable, Oireachtas committee hears
Larry Donnelly: Sinn Féin is now under a microscope because the party is on the rise
Larry Donnelly
Larry Donnelly: We must help the undocumented Irish in the US - they still need us
Larry Donnelly
David McCullagh: 'The vote on the Anglo-Irish Treaty in 1922 was tense to say the least'
David McCullagh
Opinion: Farewell to Des O'Malley - a true republican and patriot
Jason O'Mahony
Opinion: It’s harder for the Dublin Bay South voters to not elect a woman - and that's progress
Caitriona Gleeson
Larry Donnelly: It's down to the wire in Dublin Bay South
Larry Donnelly
Opinion: The pollster controversy should alert us to possible issues with political campaigning online
Ethan Shattock
Larry Donnelly: The message to Irish politicians this week was 'It's housing, stupid'
Larry Donnelly
Opinion: ‘Self-regulation is no regulation’ - what the Lobbying Act has failed to tackle
Michaela Reilly
Calls for tighter lobbying rules ‘fall on political deaf ears’
Prof Gary Murphy
Will Brexit be a blessing or a curse for Ireland? Some lessons from history...
Barry Whelan
Politics of a pandemic: How Covid-19 changes could open doors to a better Ireland
Dr Stephen Onakuse
These are the winners and losers from the Irish political year
These are the Winners and Losers from a very unusual Irish political year
A copy of this painting from the House of Commons now hangs in Leinster House
12 times Irish politicians attempted to get down with the kids
'Alan Kelly will work with Brendan Howlin to rebuild Labour'
6 sure-fire signs that it's election time in Ireland
7 times this century sexism in Irish politics made us cringe
State surveillance: How Gardaí and others can secretly monitor you
Rough and tumble: Here are 7 times Irish politics got physical
Race, immigration, and water water everywhere – the year in Irish and American politics
Larry Donnelly
Classy election poster in Limerick sums up Irish politics to perfection
Opinion: In Northern Ireland, we are literally lurching from crisis to crisis
Dr David McCann
Three years on, here are the most memorable images of the 2011 election campaign
18 of the funniest Irish Twitter political commentators you should follow in 2014
Watch: How Ireland voted between 1918 and 2011
Poll: Do you think the Reform Alliance should become a party?
Column: Today's officials should look to TK Whitaker’s approach as they consider economic problems
Dr David McCann