Fergus Finlay

Columnist

North is taking a dangerous road as no-deal Brexit disaster looms

FERGUS FINLAY: North is taking a dangerous road as no-deal Brexit disaster looms

Many years ago, my wife and I went north. It was the first time we had travelled north together, and we were to pick up a wedding present made by Tyrone Crystal.

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FERGUS FINLAY: Rapinoe stands as a symbol for the struggle to ensure greater equality

FERGUS FINLAY: Rapinoe stands as a symbol for the struggle to ensure greater equality

At last, at last. Equality is back on the agenda.

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FERGUS FINLAY: Going to the dogs: We pay €16m a year to brutalise animals. Why?

This is the story of a little Irish company. We, the people of Ireland, own it. It’s a commercial, semi-State company. But it defies the definition of commercial, ...

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FERGUS FINLAY: Sisters, for the love of God — tell us where the Bessborough babies are

FERGUS FINLAY: Sisters, for the love of God — tell us where the Bessborough babies are

It was a miserable day on Sunday in Cork. Rain teemed from a dark and unpleasant sky, the grass underneath turned to mud, there was no respite from the cold.

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FERGUS FINLAY: A fiscal council without regard for society is not worth the money

FERGUS FINLAY: A fiscal council without regard for society is not worth the money

Isn't the Fiscal Advisory Council a disgrace?

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