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The recent political haggling between the DUP and Sinn Fein, played out at Hillsborough Castle over 3 weeks laid bare the shortcomings of the Good Friday Agreement.

Never has the cementing of sectarian division in the institutions of government been more transparent.

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Revelations about the goings-on at Tallaght Hospital have once again laid bare the reality of Ireland’s two-tier health system, where lower earning members of the working class must take their chances in an underfunded, demoralised public system, while those with private insurance are fast-tracked, Francis Donohue reports.

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Seosamh O Cuaig, Comhairleoir Contae agus comhalta tofa ar Udarás na Gaeltachta Tá  geamaireacht eile fós ar siúl faoin nGaeilge  anois – Plean 20 Bliain mar dhea. Sé Eamon O Cuív an príomhaisteoir agus ar ndóigh tá aisteoirí cúnta aige – na heagraíochtaí Gaeilge a bhfuil an biorán suain curtha aige iontu le

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Left DebateOpinion

Labour Councillor, Cian O’Callaghan writes on the need for clarity, co-operation and analysis on the left

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Majority of republic’s schools have a catholic ethos, Mary Diskin writes.

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Guest writersOpinion

The people of Ireland need to take to the streets to bring this government down, Eamon Reid writes.

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There is only one thing this discredited government can do which would benefit the people of this country and that is to resign and call a general election. This discredited coalition government of Fianna Fail and Greens has no mandate for any of its actions and policies. This is now

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