Archive: Ireland

Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald at Leinster House in Dublin, after Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and the Greens finalised the text of a draft programme for government.

Losers' coalition postpones radical change in Ireland

Second and third placed parties – Fianna Fail and Fine Gael – aiming to form a coalition with the Greens

Opinion Former Articles

  • CIOT: Irish International Taxation Examination Launched

    The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) and the Irish Tax Institute (ITI) are launching a new Examination Paper in Irish International Taxation, the first to be offered by a professional tax body anywhere in the world. The new paper will be of interest to tax professionals across the world, including in the UK and Ireland itself, who deal with Irish international tax issues. These include specialists from professional services firms, multinational corporations, tax authorities and academics.

  • Irish blasphemy result a resounding success for free speech, says Humanists UK

    Ireland’s vote to remove blasphemy from its constitution is a resounding success for free speech, signalling growing momentum towards a more secular future for the country, according to Humanists UK. It also underlines the fact that Scotland and Northern Ireland should now urgently repeal their own laws.

  • CIOB increases presence in Ireland

    CIOB increases presence in Ireland

  • Abortion is a hugely emotive subject in London

    Ireland to legalise abortion

    Ireland was steadying itself for a hugely emotional political debate today, after the government took the first steps towards legalising abortion.

  • Coogan is an eminent Irish historian

    Interview: Tim Pat Coogan

    Parallels between Ireland's troubled past and its current pain are closer than you might think.

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