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# The Frontline
'On that evening I let myself down' - Sean Gallagher addresses 'Tweetgate' on first campaign stop
The businessman spoke at length about the 2011 controversy in Leitrim today.
# The Frontline
RTÉ wants Seán Gallagher's e-mails to defend itself against his 'tweetgate' lawsuit
Gallagher claims the 2011 Frontline debate was unfair.
# Referendum
RTÉ to stay 50-50 for referendum debates - but news coverage 'cannot be prejudged'
The national broadcaster is dropping a ‘stopwatch’ system for news broadcasts, but will keep it for formal debates.
RTÉ promotes David Nally to Managing Editor position
The former Sunday Tribune reporter will take up his new role immediately.
The Frontline Fiscal Compact referendum debate
We went minute-by-minute as representatives from the Yes and No camps went head-to-head over the Fiscal Compact treaty with just over a week until polling.
# That Tweet
RTÉ rejects #Aras11 'bogus' tweet claims
RTÉ’s head of broadcast compliance has written to the Irish Times to dispute a sentence in yesterday’s front page article.
# Sean Gallagher
Gallagher complains to BAI over 'game-changing' tweet
Gallagher’s performance on The Frontline debate was seen as a game-changing moment in the Race for the Áras but he is not happy about his treatment by RTÉ.
# Sean Gallagher
Gallagher campaign to complain to BAI over hoax tweet on RTÉ debate
Gallagher’s performance on The Frontline debate was seen as a game-changing moment in the Race for the Áras.
# Race for the Áras
Debates, debates everywhere... your guide to the remaining Áras clashes
There are six debates – at least! – left in the next 17 days of campaigning. Here’s your at-a-glance guide to what’s going on.
# Fianna Fáil
Fianna Fáil opposition would support government - Martin
The potential future FF leader says his party would support any government – as long as they’re using the Four Year Plan.