Two former taoisigh, Bertie Ahern and John Bruton, were interviewed on RTÉ TV’s This week in Politics last Sunday, making a joint demand for rerunning of the 2016 Brexit referendum, which is surely an affront to democracy, especially coming from these former prominent politicians.
One of the most promising ministers in 1994, Michael Lowry was Fine Gael’s great hope. A series of findings against him over the years continued with yesterday’s conviction. So how is he one of the richest TDs and still topping polls in Tipp, asks
Opponents of Friday’s referendum have claimed that the Government is “using” the threat of abortion pills and should demand that Google bans websites allowing Irish people to buy the illegal drugs if it is serious about the dangers of the pills.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average passed 21,000 for the first time yesterday in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s address to Congress — but former taoiseach John Bruton has expressed “the greatest concern” about the impact of his policies on world trade.