IRISH EXAMINER VIEW

How many reports do we need? Challenge failure to end dysfunction

WHEN, on Monday, he offered opening remarks at the tribunal considering allegations that there was a campaign led by senior garda officers to discredit whistleblower Sgt Maurice McCabe, Supreme Court judge, Mr Justice Peter Charleton, set some ground rules and underlined the absolute need for truthful testimony.

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Security was never cheap: Donald Trump defence-spending plans

DEFENCE spending, or, if our spelling is to reflect the reality of our world, defense spending, is one of the lines in the sand permanently separating opposing world views.

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Northern Ireland at the polls - Decades of real progress in jeopardy

FANTASY has all but achieved parity of esteem with reality in political debate, so maybe it’s possible to use it, even if a nightmarish kind, to make a point.

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97% of landlords fail test - End home rental exploitation

It has long been suggested that our obsession with owning our homes is a cultural insecurity left over from the days when we were a colonised people, when the idea of a secure home of your own only existed underneath a gravestone. 

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