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# What Next?

Last year
2022
Cost-of-living pressures will persist in 2023 but Ireland should escape a recession, ESRI says
Authors of the report said there was ‘clear evidence of a slowing pace in the economy’.
# End of an era
What next for Leinster with Lancaster sealing his move to Racing 92?
The Englishman will leave an impressive legacy in Irish rugby.
# What Next?
Strapped for cash, desperate and cornered: What next for the Kinahan cartel?
It’s extradition or escape.
Voices
Analysis: Three scenarios for how this war could end in Ukraine
Dr Brendan Flynn of NUI Galway looks at similar historical invasions and walks through possible outcomes.
All time
Voices
Tom Clonan: The Taliban's power grab was spectacular but they can't govern at gunpoint
The security analyst looks at the Taliban and discusses the possible future outcomes for the people of Afghanistan.
# Future
With Hansen and Read departing, what next for the All Blacks?
New Zealand must appoint a new head coach and captain as the next era begins.
# Farewell
Ireland 'gutted' to bid emotional Schmidt and Best farewell with World Cup defeat
Scrum coach Greg Feek also bows out after years of service to Irish rugby.
# new talks
Fresh talks hope to revive power-sharing ... but marriage equality remains a major stumbling block
Sinn Féin has called on the UK and Irish governments to step in and take the reins if the new round of talks fail.
# backstop
Simon Coveney: 'Renegotiating a deal that took two years to agree on doesn't seem realistic'
Jean-Claude Juncker said there’s “no room whatsoever for the renegotiation” of the Brexit deal.
There'll soon be 7 fewer biscuits in a packet of digestives, and no, NOTHING is sacred
BREXIT!!! *shakes fist*
# the mildest slagging
Floyd Mayweather called Conor McGregor an 'eejit' and this is just getting surreal now
What next? Dryshite?
# What Next?
After huge vote to push for change to Ireland's abortion laws, the Assembly is deciding what they should look like
The Citizens’ Assembly voted by 87% against maintaining the status quo.
# What Next?
'It tends not to be prime property that's handed over': 8 schools opened in 3 years under divestment
TheJournal.ie has spoken to the schools supposed to be offering choice to the parents of Ireland’s primary school pupils.
# future plans
Brexit Timeline: What happens next
There’s going to be a lot of meetings.
# What Next?
Greek rebels form new party ahead of snap election
It’s called Popular Unity.
# shave and a haircut
Greece has met its new finance minister as the ECB hits the country where it hurts
The European Central Bank raised the haircuts on its Emergency Liquidity Assistance to Greece this evening.
# What Next?
Dana White hints at McGregor title shot, clears up Sanchez talk
The UFC president sounds open to a match-up between the Irish featherweight and champion Jose Aldo.
# Digital economy
Could the EU set the standard for digital rights worldwide?
After passing new legislation concerning data retention and net neutrality, the next five years will see the EU become a major influence in how digital laws and regulations are shaped.
AS IT HAPPENED
The full Champions League/Europa League draws
Chelsea and Arsenal were given tough draws in the last 16 of the Champions League, while Manchesters United and City learned their Europa League fates..
# What Next?
'Big serve, big heart, big mouth' - Andy Roddick at a career crossroads
American needs to deliver on his early court promise, writes Mark Corcoran.
# What Next?
Moodys warns of further downgrade of Ireland's credit rating
Yes, more good news on the back of that bailout: ratings agency Moody’s says bailout could be “credit negative” for Ireland.