Former Rehab Group chief executive Angela Kerins is seeking to extend the courts’ control over parliamentary proceedings in a “very significant and wholly unprecedented” way, lawyers for the Dáil public accounts committee have told the High Court.
Fri, 22 Jul, 2016
Another blessing for the Government is the fact that what you might call the moderate, pro-European but anti-Lisbon camp is largely leaderless. For all his egomania, Declan Ganley was a key factor in swaying undecided voters not to give their assent to a document they either felt they didn’t understand or suspected was deliberately obscure.
Wed, 22 Jul, 2009
THE budget is still nearly three weeks away and speculation is already mounting about the Government’s ability to get it through the Dáil. Against all expectations when this government was formed, the Greens have developed a limpet-like grip on power. Only grim death will separate them from ministerial office, it seems.
Wed, 18 Mar, 2009
Europe's far-right led by French right-wing politician Jean-Marie Le Pen warned Irish voters that the country risks becoming "a local authority in a new supra-national body" if they vote yes in the referndum on the new EU reform treaty.
Thu, 17 Jan, 2008