DAVID Cameron’s election campaign rolled into Powys this week and with it the chance for me to interview the Prime Minister.
When I say interview, I mean ask a question. 553 more words
Political analysts have urged Tyrone voters not to get too carried away by promises from politicians, advising people not to get their hopes up if their chosen candidate gets elected. 318 more words
Unless you live there, or have family or friends who do, you’re unlikely to know very much about Northern Ireland. Now that the troubles are essentially over, we don’t even see much about the United Kingdom’s forgotten region in the news, unless of course, its election time and the Prime Minister wants to remind us all that Game of Thrones is filmed there… 508 more words
There is a street in Cork named after him and he was the first of two consecutive fatalities among Lord Mayors of Cork. The murder of Tomás MacCurtain on 2o March 1920 was followed seven months later by the death of his successor, Terence MacSwiney, after a hunger strike in Brixton prison. 460 more words
Listening to Tánaiste Joan Burton, describe the disclosure of names within the Ansbacher dossier by Sinn Féins Mary Lou McDonald in the Dáil, as causing… 1,471 more words