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Faulty assessments, unrealistic expectations and hazardous decisions are UK's norm... [Read More]
Why can't we just be pleased about the latest the UN development rankings? [Read More]
Ireland has good reason to be cheerful about UN wellbeing index... [Read More]
This is how the brave new project begins - with the customary bellows of faux-outrage and a whimper? [Read More]
Dissimulators, delusionals and fantasists get weeded out as competition intensifies... [Read More]
The behaviour of politicians such as Donald Trump and Boris Johnson reflects well on the Taoiseach... [Read More]
The devices are wonderful but they have evolved into a noxious antisocial habit... [Read More]
Latest 'unguarded' speech being 'leaked' at a moment of great vulnerability for his PM is quite a coincidence... [Read More]
Leavers finding rationale for their No decision under heavy challenge... [Read More]
Says coverage of her court action against Bill Cullen over house in Kerry is missing the point... [Read More]
A decade of reporting without 'conscience' has persecuted the missing child's parents... [Read More]
Facebook's Sandberg on coping with the sudden death of her husband Dave Goldberg and why she wrote her new book 'Option B'... [Read More]
From Karen Pence to Philip May, the relevance of political partners is at a low... [Read More]
She claims Bill Cullen's business and thousands of others could have been saved... [Read More]
Kathy Sheridan: Support for hard-right candidate a sign of media desperation... [Read More]
When we dump traditions we should at least be clear about our reasons for doing so... [Read More]
Common thread of responses to recent revelations is to attempt to minimise them... [Read More]
The Dubliner on the savagery of school, how being famous is easy in Ireland, and getting older... [Read More]
Twenty years on from Diana's paparazzi- hounded passing, Kathy Sheridan looks behind the myth... [Read More]
Yiannopoulos, Scaramucci and now the US president have all got in touch with their feelings... [Read More]
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