Former Taoiseach John Bruton has said that new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has only one perspective and that is to ensure that the Conservatives win the next election.
Former Taoiseach John Bruton has said the backstop to prevent a hard border in Ireland in the event of a no-deal Brexit will not be dropped.
Two former taoisigh have called for a second Brexit referendum as the British government continues to struggle to find any sort of agreement on the Irish border.
Former Taoiseach John Bruton says he is in favour of retaining the Eighth Amendment.
Minister for finance John Bruton wanted to withdraw Irish troops from peacekeeping in Lebanon in 1987 because Ireland was not being financially reimbursed sufficiently by the UN, writes Seán McCárthaigh
Former Taoiseach and EU ambassador John Bruton has launched a blistering broadside on British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
A proposal to give a giant statue of Queen Victoria, which has been placed in cold storage for almost 40 years, on loan to Australia was strongly opposed by the Minister for Finance, John Bruton.
Former taoiseach John Bruton has called on Britain to reverse its decision to leave the EU, insisting the vote was based on “invalid” and inaccurate promises.
Taoiseach Garret Fitzgerald was at odds with his finance minister over how proceeds from the soon-to-be launched National Lottery should be distributed, cabinet papers from 1986 show.
Latest: Social Protection Minister Leo Varadkar has said he will make every effort to ensure cross-border workers and pensioners retain all the benefits they currently have, in the wake of Brexit.
A British withdrawal from the EU would play into the hands of criminals, right-wing extremists and Vladimir Putin, former Irish taoiseach John Bruton has warned.
A British withdrawal from the European Union would play into the hands of criminals, right-wing extremists and Vladimir Putin, former Taoiseach John Bruton has warned.
Former Taoiseach John Bruton has issued a statement tonight, to say that he will not claim the proposed increase of the Ministerial pension.
Ukraine is in a dire financial situation, but there seems little international will to help this huge pro-European country, writes John Bruton
Irish politicians have played a storied role at the heart of Europe, but their influence is waning and work is needed to address an impending fall-off in top jobs, writes Mary C Murphy.
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