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# Gerry Adams

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Enda Kenny says there's no reason why anyone should be sleeping rough this Christmas
Today is one year Jonathan Corrie died near Leinster House.
Was this Sinn Féin TD about to jump ship?
Sandra McLellan was rumoured to be on the verge of quitting Sinn Féin.
Enda to Micheál: 'You ran like a scalded cat, as fast as your legs could carry you'
The Taoiseach accused former health minister Micheál Martin of doubling health spend without achieving any results.
Mary Lou reckons Gerry and Martin are youthful and vigorous grandfather figures
She doesn’t think they’ll mind being described that way either.
'Taoiseach, you will say anything to get elected, the truth does not matter'
Enda Kenny faced a grilling today during Leaders’ Questions.
Gerry Adams says others are just jealous of Sinn Féin's $500-a-plate New York dinner
The Sinn Féin leader says the annual fundraiser is not elitist.
Steak and Gerry: Inside Sinn Féin's hugely successful New York fundraiser
The 20th annual Friends of Sinn Féin fundraiser was the organisation’s best yet.
Gerry Adams: Our opponents fear us
The Sinn Féin president insisted his party would not desist in opposing the actions of criminals.
Here's what's on the menu for Sinn Féin's €500-a-plate NY fundraiser
Cocktails, salad, steak and a type of Spanish cheese are all on the menu in Manhattan tonight.
"Vote Sinn Féin, get the Army Council." - Labour's new election slogan?
Tánaiste Joan Burton had some strong words for Sinn Fein this evening.
Mary Lou's Sinn Féin leadership bid has one very important supporter
The Sinn Féin leader has given his backing to his deputy.
Gerry Adams: The Taoiseach is a spoofer who is making an eejit of himself
The Sinn Féin president has heavily criticised Enda Kenny today.
Mary Lou says Sinn Féin members - and not the IRA - will pick next leader
A weekend newspaper report claimed the IRA has a say in who will succeed Gerry Adams – and does not favour McDonald.
Sinn Féin TD calls Micheál Martin the 'prime gurrier' of Leinster House
The status of the Provisional IRA was the subject of a tense and fraught debate in the Dáil earlier.
'You could do this interview without me': Gerry Adams had a run-in with RTÉ earlier
The Sinn Féin leader and RTÉ presenter Áine Lawlor battled it out.
Provisional IRA members leafleting and electioneering for Sinn Féin - report
Two reports into the current status of the Provisional IRA have been published today. Here’s what they say…
New left-wing party could make Gerry Adams the next Taoiseach
The Anti-Austerity Alliance and People Before Profit would consider coalition with Sinn Féin after the next election, says one of its TDs.
No charges for Gerry Adams as McConville family vows not to give up fight for justice
The PPS says that there is insufficient evidence to warrant a prosecution.
What on earth is Sinn Féin's digital rising?
The party has launched a new online initiative aimed at spreading its message further on social media.
Gerry Adams asked Joan Burton lots of questions - but she just wanted to throw shade
The Tánaiste was out to score political points as Adams sought answers on NAMA.
On their first day back TDs had a row and Enda opened a newsroom
A long and eventful day in Leinster House.
Gerry Adams hits back at Joan Burton's 1916 "hijack" claim
Adams has claimed the Labour leader has a “shallow and wholly self-serving approach to Irish history”.
Enda was banging on about the 'political magicians' today
He’s at it again…
The vast majority of people don't believe Gerry Adams
A new poll finds that nine out of ten people don’t believe the Sinn Féin president’s claim that he was never in the IRA.
Gerry Adams thinks Peter Robinson is "making a show of himself"
He said the North is becoming a “new version of the hokey-pokey”.
Gerry Adams blames 'a west of Ireland man' for emigration
Can you guess who he means?
Can Sinn Féin lead the next government?
Analysis: Controversies aren’t harming Sinn Féin in the polls and its message is resonating with more and more voters across the country.
Gerry Adams: Sinn Féin had nothing to do with Kevin McGuigan's murder
The party’s northern chairman Bobby Storey was arrested today in relation to the killing.
The next leader of Sinn Féin, from most to least likely
Gerry Adams has led Sinn Féin for over three decades. But who succeeds him?
Browne on Adams: "He was by far the most important person in the IRA from 1980 onwards."
Vincent Browne tells us why he wanted to make a new three part documentary about the Sinn Féin leader.
What exactly is going on in the North right now?
The Northern Ireland Executive could be on the verge of collapsing. How and why did we get here?
Gerry Adams: 'Sinn Féin has no special responsibility to respond to allegations about the IRA'
The president of Sinn Féin says the war is over and the IRA is gone and is not coming back.
Sinn Féin says Frances Fitzgerald may have broken rules with 'political smears'
Meanwhile, the Justice Minister has asked the Garda Commissioner to liaise with the PSNI in assessing the current status of the Provisional IRA.
Sinn Féin hits back at 'cynical and wholly self-serving' attacks
Sinn Féin and Gerry Adams are coming in for criticism this morning.
Gerry Adams: The IRA had nothing to do with Kevin McGuigan's murder
The Sinn Féin leader said some people are using the killing to “undermine” his party.
Heard about the time Gerry Adams met Donald Trump?
Two men with very different politics.
The latest poll is out - and it's bad news for Enda
The Taoiseach and his party have seen a significant dip in support.
Gerry Adams: The IRA was never defeated
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking on the 10th anniversary of the formal end to the IRA’s armed campaign.
What on earth is going on here?
It was all smiles and handshakes at Dublin Castle this morning.
Irish Independent's 'gunpoint' story about Gerry Adams misleading, says watchdog
The Ombudsman said the paper should have clarified that remarks he made about its editor referred to events in 1916.