Dublin has exited the euro bailout. Gerhard Elfers reports from the Irish capital on the national mood.
The European Commission's package of eurozone reforms was billed as the EU's bold vision for a post-Brexit union. But it comes as Brexit talks verge on collapse and domestic German politics remain up in the air.
Ireland goes to the polls this Friday in an election that could see it follow the mould of Spain - and leave itself ungovernable in a rally against the status quo. Gavan Reilly reports from Dublin.
Nobody likes to have their summer holidays cut short. But that’s what happened to Irish politicians, who were recalled to debate the European Commission’s tax ruling on Apple. Peter Geoghegan reports.
Ending a 70-day deadlock after an inconclusive election, Enda Kenny was narrowly approved to continue as Taoiseach. He first took office in 2011 following an EU/IMF bailout of the Irish economy.
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