Poland has been divided into two warring camps

The assassination of the mayor of Gdansk is a tragedy that exposes the fissures of Polish politics. Slawomir Sierakowski examines the environment that fostered this ...

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A no-deal Brexit would break the medicines supply chain

70% of our medicines come from, or through, the UK, but after it departs the EU, it will no longer be part of our regulatory jurisdiction. We must protect patients, ...

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Brendan Howlin: Government should not be self-promotion

Information provided to the public should be informative and unbiased, and not political propaganda in disguise, says Brendan Howlin.

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Plenty of scope to waste water under Eoghan Murphy’s hands-off plan

This time five years ago, the then Fine Gael-Labour coalition nearly fell apart amid bitter disputes over the prospect of water charges, writes Political Editor ...

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The beauty and unusual beasts of nature

The extravagant splendour of the animal kingdom is prompting scientists to rethink evolution, writes Ferris Jabr.

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The Dáil's centenary: A great event worthy of celebration

Today marks the centenary of the first sitting of Dáil Éireann.

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European Election Candidates: Time to put best foot forward

The European Union — despite all its faults, shorthand for the peace and prosperity most of us enjoy today — is under attack on many fronts.

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Car bomb attack in Derry: No more terror

The car bomb attack in Derry on Saturday night sent a shudder right across this island far greater than the physical impact of the bomb.

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Reader's Blog: Kent station parking can drive you around bend

Having recently travelled to Dublin by train, my first such journey in years, I couldn’t help but notice the article by Joe Leogue (Irish Examiner 16-1-19) ...

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Readers' Blog: Only rich benefit from upswing in two-tier society

The ‘land of milk and honey’ is a nice sentiment, if you’re a beneficiary of society’s largesse, but most of us are not, even if the country ...

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