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# Politics

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Opinion: As Boris departs, the British public should ask the Conservatives 'what took you so long?'
Sydney Nash
Starmer and Rayner will not be fined over ‘beergate’, say police
Sinn Féin considering motion of no confidence in government
Government 'can't take risks with economy', says Taoiseach in response to calls for mini budget
Sinn Fein remains most popular political party, says latest poll
Trains, planes and automobiles: Irish ministerial transport emitted 400 tonnes of carbon last year
Larry Donnelly: Will the midterms be a tough day or a bloodbath for the Democrats?
Larry Donnelly
Larry Donnelly: Why hasn’t the far-right risen in Ireland?
Larry Donnelly
Sinn Féin needles Varadkar over Fine Gael backbench unease about Carbon Tax hike
British Chancellor facing ‘very serious questions’ over wife’s non-dom tax status
'Only the beginning': Ireland's first-ever carbon budgets pass through the Dáil
Sinn Féin remains in the lead as most popular party among voters, new poll shows
Plan for 'major shift’ on remote working for civil servants launched by government
Support for Fine Gael continues to fall in latest polling
Biden and other leaders head to Brussels ahead of back-to-back Nato, G7 and EU summits
US expresses 'deep concerns' about Russia and China's alignment
Timmy Dooley: 'We cannot be shy about how many Ukrainian refugees we can accommodate'
Timmy Dooley
Nancy Pelosi says she's going to run for 19th term in office
Opinion: The drive for re-election is a major flaw of modern democracy
Caoimhín De Barra
A 2022 preview: What we know about the big political events scheduled to happen next year
New Covid measures would lift if Omicron risks don't meet 'worst fears', Minister says
Too many three-bed homes and not enough one-beds is one of Ireland’s big housing problems - Varadkar
Surge in Sinn Féin support puts party 16 points ahead of rivals in polls
Larry Donnelly: Republicans and Democrats need to play the next election cycle very carefully
Larry Donnelly
Taoiseach won't confirm whether government is planning events to lure cuckoo funds to Ireland
Over €150,000 to be given to political parties to increase number of female councillors
Explainer: Why are people still talking about the Zappone/Coveney/Varadkar controversy?
Pacquiao 'may not' return to ring after Ugas upset
Legal experts call for clarity on relationship between NPHET and government
Group of Social Democrats members call for party leadership contest
Column: Lessons from Dublin Bay South
Kevin Cunningham
'Back in the game': How did Labour defy national opinion polls and get 30% of first preference votes?
Polls close in Dublin Bay South after first election of the pandemic
Highest number of former special advisers apply to reduce one-year 'cooling-off' period for lobbying - Sipo report
Mary Lou McDonald urges DUP to commit to ‘real powersharing’ in Northern Ireland
'Never a bad time': Varadkar defends comments about united Ireland after criticism from unionists
FG's James Geoghegan surveyed voters door-to-door for Renua but 'nobody asked' who he was with
Edwin Poots defends strategy following criticism from Peter Robinson over Foster's exit from DUP
Opinion: Online abuse needs to be stopped, but let's not shut down open debate in the process
Adam Hallissey
Chaos in African Union parliament with threats, scuffles and a man appearing to aim a head-high kick at a colleague