You cannot purport to be a modern leader, like Macron, and not prioritise women at cabinet, writes Alison O’ConnorMore
Those in British politics who talk of a hard Brexit are mainlining a fantasy, and steeped in denial, writes Alison O’Connor.More
In the packed Mansion House Roundroom last Friday, a couple of Leo Varadkar supporters did just what you’d expect when an election has been won — they lifted their man high into the air.
Regardless of who wins the election today, the real winner in all of this has been the
Fine Gael party, writes Alison O’Connor.
I am afraid to go the French capital, and certainly do not want to bring them [my children] there, writes Alison O’Connor.More
Without doubt he damaged the party further by staying on too long in an act of self indulgence, writes Alison O’ConnorMore
Children should never be allowed to have unlimited access to the internet, so rules must be put in place about what they can see and post, says Alison O’Connor.More
They believe it is no wonder Muslim women are synonymous with words such as submissive, passive, oppressed, victim, writes Alison O’ConnorMore
The problem is we all know the Church plays a very long game, and sticks, religiously, to its beliefs, writes Alison O’ConnorMore
You are cleaning your teeth with plastic. You can literally feel it on your tongue, writes Alison O’Connor.More
Unlike the Convention on the Constitution that preceded it there were no politicians appointed to the Citizen’s Assembly, writes Alison O’Connor
We’re punch-drunk from scandals, especially those surrounding An Garda Síochána, writes Alison O’Connor.More