Leo Varadkar’s latest intervention on the local property tax will be welcomed by anxious homeowners – but he could do more to put their minds at ease.
This was supposed to be a week of positivity for the Football Association of Ireland.
Every single woman I’ve gabbed with this week about the recent college admissions scandal has demanded to know where, exactly, William H Macy was in all of this.
Hey, cynics – need to add spice to your verbal demolition of teen climate change activism today?
The EU did not blink on its own nor on Ireland’s behalf.
Boeing has a big problem on its hands. The stakes – human and financial – are huge.
In the end, a single devastating paragraph in the legal advice from Geoffrey Cox, the UK’s attorney general, appears to have doomed Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
It’s all about finding a formula of words to effectively assure people that the “temporary” backstop will not “endure indefinitely”.
The Government will meet today to sign off on some key measures to promote gender equality. It is a nod to International Women’s Day – complete, naturally, with lots of announcements.
Today is International Women’s Day. It reportedly evolved out of the sweatshops in the US after women protested at their conditions in New York on March 8 1857. This is now said to be apocryphal although the date has remained unchanged over the centuries.