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'It's like Long Kesh without the watchtowers': Gerry Adams on Mosney direct provision centre
The Sinn Féín leader has urged the Government to improve conditions at the facility.
Gerry Adams is in the US and has passed on congratulations to Donald Trump
Adams last night spoke at the annual Friends of Sinn Féin dinner.
'No one knows where this is all going to end up': Leaders meet to discuss Brexit fallout
Gerry Adams has said “an alternative to Brexit” should be found.
Enda Kenny questioned about compensation for sexual abuse victims
Stay with us for live updates from the Dáil.
Clinton's words of love for Gerry Adams gave her aides cause for concern
Clinton speechwriter Schwerin made the remark in an email to fellow Clinton aides after an Irish-American event.
'Preventable' death of young student by hit-and-run driver was 'due to multiple garda failings'
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has agreed to meet the mother of the man.
Fianna Fáil support is down, party now neck-and-neck with Fine Gael
Micheál Martin is still the most popular leader in the country, however.
Gerry Adams is suing the BBC for alleging he approved murder of Denis Donaldson
Donaldson (55) was shot dead at an isolated cottage near Glenties in Co Donegal in April 2006.
Vincent Browne: I'm no friend of Gerry Adams, but the BBC Spotlight programme on him was tittle-tattle
The programme was compromised from the outside, filled with bullshit drama effects alongside dodgy journalism, writes Vincent Browne.
Gerry Adams rejects claims that he sanctioned murder of IRA double agent
Denis Donaldson was shot dead months after admitting in 2005 he had been an MI5 agent for more than 20 years.
Poll: Who do you think should be the next leader of Sinn Féin?
Party leader Gerry Adams has said that a firm date is set for him to step down as leader.
Calls for Sellafield to be closed down after investigation exposes safety concerns
BBC Panorama found that radioactive materials have been stored in degrading plastic bottles.
'National unity is in the national interest': Gerry Adams argues it is time for a united Ireland
Gerry Adams says all parties should come together to talk about Irish unity.
FactCheck: Is Enda Kenny really obliged to work towards a United Ireland?
Gerry Adams says there is a “constitutional imperative on the Taoiseach to promote Irish unity.”’s FactCheck applies some scrutiny.
FactCheck: Is Sinn Féin right about how many gardaí Dublin's inner city has lost?’s FactCheck looks at a claim made repeatedly by Sinn Féin.
20 years on: Family, friends and colleagues gather to remember Jerry McCabe
The detective garda was shot dead by the IRA on this day 20 years ago.
"The Irish were sold as slaves" - Gerry Adams has spoken once again about THAT tweet
Adams caused uproar for posting a racially-charged tweet on Sunday night while watching Django Unchained.
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Cynthia Owen, government talks and the homeless crisis had everyone talking today.
Gerry Adams: “I’ve never seen myself as white. That’s only skin deep."
The Sinn Féin leader has again defended his comparison of Irish nationalists with African-American slaves.
"I haven't got a racist bone in my body" - Adams apologises for n-word tweet
In an earlier statement Sinn Féin president said the tweet was “ironic” and not intended to cause offence.
9 things we’ve learned from the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis
As its popularity continues to rise, members of the party gathered in Dublin this weekend.
Gerry Adams: 'We are not Fine Gael or Labour. We are proud of the men and women of 1916'
Gerry Adams was re-elected as the party leader at this year’s Ard Fheis.
Change in SF disciplinary rules to give clear framework of what to do when rules are broken
The Sinn Féin Ard Fheis takes place in Dublin this year at the Convention Centre.
Gerry Adams says FF and FG need to set a deadline or go back to the people
Sinn Féin’s Ard Fheis is taking place in Dublin this weekend.
Gerry Adams lashes 'new Redmondites' and 1916 College Green banner
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking at Arbour Hill ahead of this weekend’s centenary events.
Mary Lou says she was subjected to 'very invasive' security searches in the US
The Sinn Féin deputy leader intends to meet with the US ambassador to Ireland about the matter.
Adams defends "back of the bus" remark after White House mix-up
The Sinn Féin has called for US administration to review its approach to his party.
Secret Service regrets "administrative input error" that kept Gerry Adams from White House event
The Sinn Féin president was left waiting for 90 minutes by security personnel checking his documents, before deciding to leave.
Sinn Féin doesn't fancy government, but thinks the other two should 'end the sham'
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael need to do a deal, according to Gerry Adams.
No Taoiseach, no government: Enda resigns but will stay as a caretaker
TDs have failed to elect a Taoiseach for the 32nd Dáil.
Irish Independent apologises to Gerry Adams for 'gunpoint' story
The Sinn Féin leader had complained that the paper distorted comments he made at a fundraising event.
Why Sinn Féin had a good election - but not a great election
Analysis: The party has increased its seats and its share of the votes but there were some notable setbacks.
Sinn Féin will try to go into government - but is on high alert for another election
Gerry Adams reiterated the his party will not go in with Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael.
Thomas 'Slab' Murphy to appeal 18-month prison sentence
The high-profile republican was convicted of various tax offences at the Special Criminal Court last December.
Gerry Adams condemns death threat made to Fine Gael TD
Regina Doherty got into a heated debate with the Sinn Féin leader.
The creak during the Leaders' Debate was Gerry's sore back
The Sinn Féin leader found it hard to stand still because of the pain in his back.
Sinn Féin looking into claim that canvasser told constituent to 'f*** off'
The incident is alleged to have happened on a doorstep in Dublin Bay North last week.
More bad news for Labour in the latest opinion poll
Is a Fine Gael Fianna Fáil coalition on the horizon?
Gerry Adams says he asked a Sinn Féin member about Brian Stack's murder
But another member is “unavailable to him”.
Oliver Callan nailed impressions of Joan Burton and Enda Kenny on the Late Late
He also does an uncanny Gerry Adams.