DANIEL MCCONNELL: When a €3.5bn profit is actually a €40bn loss

As Nama looks to the end of its original projected lifespan and its legacy will be examined, it must start being honest with itself and the public about the basic facts of its existence, writes Daniel McConnell

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: Is Theresa May turning her back on Europe?

Europe will not think twice about screwing Ireland, if it has to, in order to screw Britain. We are so small and peripheral to the grander scheme of things, writes Political Editor Daniel McConnell

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: Time is running out for a UK Brexit solution

Just 98 days and counting.

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: Varadkar upstaged in New York by Lowry and Bono

Last Sunday morning, I boarded an Aer Lingus flight from Dublin to New York’s JFK airport.

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: Race for the Áras now looks like a non-starter

Poor Gerard Craughwell. Those Fianna Fáil feckers. How could they do it to him?

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: SF put the skids under Murphy but Government not ready to decamp

The threats from Sinn Féin about tabling such a motion appear to be mere sable-rattling ahead of their ard fheis in Belfast this weekend, writes Daniel McConnell

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: How do you talk to people who don’t know what they want?

HOW do you solve a problem like Boris and Theresa?

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: Leo Varadkar basks in the limelight a year after coronation

Unlike Enda Kenny, John Bruton and Michael Noonan before him, Leo Varadkar is in total control of his party, writes Daniel McConnell.

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: Forces of change always meet with resistance

Shane Ross’s Judicial Appointments Bill and bid to reform the way in which ‘unaccountable’ judges are appointed is meeting strong resistance from the opposition benches but also from within the Fine Gael ranks, writes Daniel McConnell

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DANIEL MCCONNELL: Coveney breaks his silence on abortion U-turn

Simon Coveney has had a bruising few months, writes Daniel McConnell.

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