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Opinion:An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar: To share or not to share?

We live in a world where many choose to be candid online, laying out their entire existence for the whole world to scrutinise. That being said, do we really know the whole truth? And even if we

How Young People Will Shape European Elections 2019

This Time I’m Voting is an apolitical grassroots campaign, by the European Parliament, encouraging everyone to vote in the European Elections on the 24th of May, 2019. Through the campaign, 15,000

Brexit: Where are we now?

The British parliament broke with tradition and sat on a Friday to continue debating the EU withdrawal bill. Westminster must decide whether to accept May’s plans for a structured exit and

Brexit: a second chance?

Since the UK public voted to leave the EU, there have been many calls for another referendum. A “do-over”. Of course, the amount of support for another referendum has fluctuated since the 2016

Fake news & setting the agenda. Who is to blame?

An FBI agent investigating Secretary Clinton’s email leaks has been found dead in his apartment suspected of a murder-suicide. That’s according to the Denver Guardian; a website created for the

Evaluating Paddy Jackson's Rugby Future

One of the most well-documented court cases in Ireland’s history was concluded last Wednesday, when Paddy Jackson, Stuart Olding, Blane McIlroy and Rory Harrison were found not guilty of