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Shortest day and longest night for Labour. Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes, Sunday Independent-Millward Brown and Sunday Business Post-Red C polls (21st December 2014)

Adrian Kavanagh, 20th December 2014 

Tomorrow’s Sunday Business-Red C, Sunday Independent-Millward Brown and Sunday Times-Behaviour & Attitudes poll results largely reflects the figures in the  5,608 more words

Fianna Fail

Gerry Adams' Blog : Amateurish and ham fisted negotiation

Invariably the British government likes to spin that its role is that of a facilitator – a neutral chair trying to persuade the obstinate northern parties to see sense and agree a deal. 1,553 more words

Ireland

Observations of a Twit - The tales of the Irish Political Tweeters

By Tomás M. Creamer

Even though I joined Twitter right as 2011 was ending, it was only since last September, when I went to University, that I bothered to try and get to grips with the medium. 736 more words

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1954 General Election Leaflet for Patrick Crotty, Joseph Hughes and Thomas Fielding -Fine Gael - Carlow Kilkenny

From the 1954 General Election a leaflet showing the price rises under Fianna Fail since the Inter Party Government left office in 1951. Two of the three Fine Gael candidates in Carlow Kilkenny were elected. 14 more words

Irish Politics

Who's going to run the country?

Over the last few months we’ve seen a number of opinion polls showing a spectacular rise in popularity for independent politicians and smaller parties. How Dáil Éireann is going to look after the next election is anybody’s guess. 224 more words

Features

Ruth Coppinger's solution to footloose Multinationals? Nationalisation, of course.

By Tomás M. Creamer

* Note – Title Image and the image below is credited to ruthcoppinger.com & the Irish Times

Anyone listening to Vincent Brown last night would have had a few moments of exasperation with some of the guest panel – including the “revaluation” that Fianna Fail care about business, not working people (in other news – ), and Fine Gael’s obsession with the opinions of International markets. 614 more words

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Wednesday's Flood is not the End, but a harbinger of things to come.

By Tomás M. Creamer

So, the worst is over – at least, that is what the Government seems to think. “Ah, sure they couldn’t get a third of what they got last November – just a bunch of Shinners and Socialists, that’s all that was there. 673 more words

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