If we have learnt anything from the June 2016 EU referendum vote, it is that referendums should be held “only” when there is clarity about the options on offer.. It has to be remembered that this referendum was initiated because the then Tory leader David Cameron wanted to appease theContinue Reading

That view has been further reinforced with a letter which has been sent by Luke Hall MP, Minister for Regional Growth and Local Government, which orders Councils to hold meetings in person and to discontinue virtual meetings such as Zoom. Such is the high level of concern, there was crossContinue Reading

Level 5 restrictions are set to be eased on Monday just under four months since they were introduced for the third time on Christmas Eve. Since last December, the return of some children to schools and some construction work have been the only exceptions to the pandemic restrictions. Monday willContinue Reading

Around 100 gardaí received Covid-19 vaccines through “standby lists” at a vaccination centre on the outskirts of Limerick this week. A spokesman for the UL Hospitals Group confirmed that “approximately 100 vaccines have been administered this week to members of An Garda Síochána at the Limerick vaccination centre in the RadissonContinue Reading