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My failed attempt to redesign Fine Gael's election posters

Every few years the countryside is ruined with them – poles and poles of ugly, ugly faces on unsightly election posters. So, as a man of action and with a general election in the next 15 months, I decided to do something about it. 118 more words

Politics

Sinn Fein and the Government Parties make gains: Constituency-level analysis of the Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll (26th March 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 26th March 2015 

Nearly two weeks after the last series of Red CMillward Brown and Behaviour & Attitudes opinion polls, the first… 5,178 more words

Fianna Fail

Letter Writing

On March 2nd 2015, I wrote this letter to Mr Varadkar (Health Minister)

“Dear Mr Varadkar and colleagues,

I hope your weekend was kind to you and the coming week equally kind. 1,064 more words

ME/CFS

Water has Exposed the Great Irish Class Divide

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, as head of the Fine Gael – Labour coalition, has not faltered in the course of economic austerity set by the previous Fianna Fáil government. 770 more words

Protest

Bruton comments bizarre and erroneous - Gildernew

Sinn Féin MP Michelle Gildernew has said comments by former Fine Gael leader John Bruton on current difficulties in the political process in the North are bizarre and erroneous. 178 more words

Ireland

the Irish Water battle of 2015

Water water everywhere but not a drop to drink. Unless, of course, an extremely rich and power man gets his cut first.

Before the start of the end, back in 2008, I never knew what a Quango was. 1,213 more words

Denis O'Brien

"Renua Ireland".....Or "Nua Progressive Democrats"?

By Tomás M. Creamer

Some of you may have noticed that, within the last few days, Ireland got a new party – “Renua Ireland”

Well, “Reboot Ireland”, the original working name, was always meant to be a temporary label for Lucinda Creighton’s attempt to set up a new centralist party – trying capture some votes from among those who are annoyed with the “status-quo” parties of Fine Gael, Labour and Fianna Fail, but yet have reservations about Sinn Fein and the far-left parties. 542 more words

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