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Thursday 1 June 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Gerry Adams

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# What We Learned
9 things you need to know about the Claire Byrne Live seven-way debate
An eventful night at the University of Limerick.
# red fm lines
Gerry Adams got a hell of a grilling on this man's radio show this morning
Neil Prendeville fired some tough questions at the Sinn Féin leader, and his approach divided listeners.
# Election 2016
This is what Gerry Adams had to say about a former IRA member becoming minister for justice
The Sinn Féin president said that the public should be no more concerned than if it was Éamon de Valera.
# what dog
8 Irish celebrities with their dog equivalents is the website of our dreams.
# Searching for answers
'Is Labour dead?': We answer the big election questions you've been Googling
You’ve asked the search engine some pretty odd and interesting questions.
# Handshakes and small talk
'Come over here': Gerry and Enda shook hands in Sligo this morning
# Starter's Orders
Pat Kenny is coming back to your screens *
* But only to chair the first leaders’ debate of the election race this Thursday.
# Election 2016
Sinn Féin wants to scrap the Special Criminal Court
The party has launched its manifesto in Dublin today.
# shots fired
Joan Burton warns voters to 'beware of Sinn Féin creeping in the night'
Labour and Sinn Féin launched their general election campaigns today.
# Your Say
Poll: Who do you want to be the next Taoiseach?
This time three weeks polling booths will be open.
# Election fever
Joan Burton says Alan Kelly is 'an incredibly obedient employee'
Meanwhile, Gerry Adams says that 15 seats would be a good election for Sinn Féin.
# Boom and Bust
Sinn Féin billboard takes aim at 'deeply dishonest' Fine Gael figures
The party says Fine Gael promises “simply don’t add up”.
# seeing double
Gerry Adams has just taken a selfie with Gerry Adams
Well, not really Gerry Adams, a wax version.
# bit late
Gerry Adams paid Margaret Thatcher a rare compliment today
He said she ‘told it as it was’.
# some light reading
Gerry Adams is releasing a book of his favourite tweets and selfies
“I was born with a beard. I stopped shaving when I was 3.”
# Rubber Ducks
Gerry Adams is releasing a book of his best tweets
You’re not hallucinating.
# The leadership question
A lot of people think Mary Lou would be better than Gerry Adams
A new poll finds support for McDonald to replace the long-serving Sinn Féin leader.
# 1916
Gerry Adams is hopeful he'll be Taoiseach for the Easter Rising centenary
Sinn Féin has launched its policy for older people, but not everyone is impressed.
# Double Take
Pierce Brosnan looks VERY like Gerry Adams in his new film
“The name’s Adams, Gerry Adams.”
# Election Season
Fianna Fáil members 'uncomfortable' with Micheál Martin comparing Sinn Féin to the mafia - Adams
He declined to name names.
# Election 2016
Fianna Fáil's new ad lashes Enda Kenny's infamous promise
Gerry Adams agrees with the sentiment.
# Easter 1916
The rebellion kicked off in Rebellion last night but some (even Gerry Adams) weren't happy
Episode two showed a Dublin in chaos.
# Coalition of the unwilling
Sinn Féin seems to be fluttering its eyelashes at Fianna Fáil again
Is a post-election deal between the two parties on the cards?
# News Fix
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
The discovery of a body in Limerick, a rally on Moore Street and an attack on an Egyptian hotel.
# Peace Process
Sinn Féin welcomes involvement of former IRA prisoners in election campaign
Gerry Adams and director of elections Matt Carthy have faced questions about the involvement of former political prisoners in the election campaign.
# On the Record
Gerry Adams thinks his phone is being tapped
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking after independent TD Catherine Murphy said she’s been using ‘throwaway’ phones.
# Peace Process
Bill Clinton had private concerns over Gerry Adams' IRA links
“I don’t know what the real deal is between him and the IRA.”
# the rising
Gerry Adams: Enda just doesn't get 1916
“It is an inconvenient issue that they want to get out of the way,” the Sinn Féin leader has told supporters in Dublin this evening.
# Mansion House
Garret FitzGerald really, really did not like Sinn Féin in 1985
The then Taoiseach even reached out to his nemesis Charles Haughey in an attempt to stymie Gerry Adams’ party.
# naughty posters
Now it's Sinn Féin's turn for a stint on the bold step regarding election posters
The party have been advertising a 1916 Rising meeting at Dublin’s Mansion House around Dublin’s city centre in recent days.
# Explainer
Who is 'Slab' Murphy and why is he causing problems for Gerry Adams and Sinn Féin?
Explainer: Gerry Adams and Sinn Féin are facing more awkward questions. Here’s why…
# A good republican
Gerry Adams: People who were involved in the IRA are not criminals
The Sinn Féin leader has been answering questions for a fourth day in a row about Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy’s conviction.
# A good republican
Very few Sinn Féin-ers want to talk about the 'Slab' Murphy story
Gerry Adams has been heavily criticised for his defence of Murphy, but there has been, as yet, no dissent from within Sinn Féin.
# points scoring
Adams stands by 'Slab' Murphy comments and thinks critics are 'hysterical'
The Sinn Féin leader has spoken about the case for the third straight day.
# War of Words
"Decent republicans are tax compliant" - Rivals attack Adams over 'Slab' Murphy comments
Micheál Martin and Alan Shatter have both come out against the Sinn Féin leader.
# rights denied
Gerry Adams: 'Slab' Murphy is still a good republican
The Sinn Féin TD believes Murphy has been treated “unfairly”.
# Moving Forward
Could the British do business with a Sinn Féin government?
Relations between the two governments in London and Dublin have never been better, the British ambassador told us this week.
# Not happy
Public will be "deeply angered" by RTÉ sting investigation, says Adams
A Fianna Fáil councillor has resigned from his party following the programme.
# american friends
Sinn Féin has made a lot of money from its American friends
The party’s American fundraising arm had expenses of €150,000 from May-October.
'We have said time and again that we're not going in with Sinn Féin'
There’s a new round of speculation that the two parties could do a post-election deal.