Varadkar is being uncharacteristically cautious which begs the question would he maintain this
stance as leader or return to his fearless and maverick ways, writes Daniel McConnell.
There is something incongruous about people living in tents in this affluent enclave, en route to nowhere, as life passes by on a city-bound train, writes Michael Clifford.More
It made me reaffirm, once again, that I am more than my body, and that I deserve to be loved regardless of how attractive society deems me to be.More
11. 30. I’ve just arrived in England, where I’m staying with my sister for three nights.More
A result where holy Catholic Ireland has elected a gay prime minister would make international news, writes Alison O’Connor.More
Simon Coveney has shown that his is prepared to risk his political neck in order to do the right thing, writes Victoria White.More
Fine Gael today has no sense of how to become competitive outside its own comfort zone, writes Gerard Howlin.More
There aren’t enough social workers, and sometimes that means that children aren’t reached quickly enough, says Fergus Finlay.
Occasionally, Trump loses the run of himself and allows his paired adverbs to breed like rabbits, writes Terry Prone.More
Colm O’Regan reckons if you have any kind of assets worth more than a fiddler’s fart, get your will done.More
Quote of the week: “I understand that they feel like that is their body. I feel like it is a separate — what I call them is, is you’re a ‘host’.”More