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From TheJournal.ie Would Fianna Fáil go into coalition with Sinn Féin? It'll be up to the members, says Ó Cuív Coalition

Would Fianna Fáil go into coalition with Sinn Féin? It'll be up to the members, says Ó Cuív

The parties’ recent success at the local elections has created more talk of a possible future coalition in the Dáil.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: When should the next general election be held? Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: When should the next general election be held?

Should the coalition go until 2016?

From TheJournal.ie Grassroots Labour group to call for renegotiation of the Programme for Government Labour Pains

Grassroots Labour group to call for renegotiation of the Programme for Government

Campaign for Labour Policies believe the Labour party should withdraw from coalition if Fine Gael doesn’t give them ‘everything they want’.

From TheJournal.ie Burton: All the Ministers are still talking to me... and I intend to keep it that way Battle For Labour

Burton: All the Ministers are still talking to me... and I intend to keep it that way

The Social Protection Minister’s dismissing any suggestion that her strident negotiating style could hasten the end of the coalition government.

From TheJournal.ie "We have to be more sensitive, obviously" --- Phil Hogan's response to Election 2014 Big Phil

"We have to be more sensitive, obviously" --- Phil Hogan's response to Election 2014

The Environment Minister acknowledged that “people are hurting” but said that after three years of tough decisions “you expect people not to be rewarding you for that”.

From TheJournal.ie The post-mortem: Kenny and Gilmore will discuss the fallout from Election 2014 today Much To Discuss

The post-mortem: Kenny and Gilmore will discuss the fallout from Election 2014 today

With Labour’s “shellacking” at the polls this weekend a wider Cabinet reshuffle is now expected.

From TheJournal.ie Adams thinks Kenny should leave government, not be discussing future coalitions Hungry Eyes

Adams thinks Kenny should leave government, not be discussing future coalitions

As for Sinn Féin and Fine Gael sharing power? “It would be a most unlikely alliance.”

From TheJournal.ie Enda Kenny refuses to rule out coalition with Sinn Féin or Fianna Fáil Hedging His Bets

Enda Kenny refuses to rule out coalition with Sinn Féin or Fianna Fáil

The Taoiseach said Sinn Féin has emerged from the local and European elections as “a significant political entity”. He made the comments in Castlebar this afternoon, where he narrowly avoided a group of protestors.

From TheJournal.ie Whatever about the candidates - can you trust the voters?... On the trail in Tipp Not Easy Being Green

Whatever about the candidates - can you trust the voters?... On the trail in Tipp

This butcher in Cashel’s promising his vote to the Greens. Other locals are also pledging their number ones to Grace O’Sullivan — but, it turns out, some are more genuine than others…

From TheJournal.ie Labour to push for "renewal" of coalition purpose Labour Party

Labour to push for "renewal" of coalition purpose

Eamon Gilmore said that now was a time of renewal.

From TheJournal.ie Minister: There'll be a reshuffle in September but 'nobody knows' what's going to happen Everyday I'm Shufflin

Minister: There'll be a reshuffle in September but 'nobody knows' what's going to happen

Ruairí Quinn has also admitted that the coalition has to “work better together”.

From TheJournal.ie Labour minister brands fixed water charges as "ridiculous" Rift

Labour minister brands fixed water charges as "ridiculous"

Junior Minister Joe Costello said his party has a problem with Fine Gael’s water charges proposals.

From TheJournal.ie The one thing you need to remember about the water row? There's an election in 36 days Analysis

The one thing you need to remember about the water row? There's an election in 36 days

While most people only care about how much they’ll have to pay for water the politics of this points to Labour looking out for itself ahead of what is likely to be a tough election next month.

From TheJournal.ie Plan to target land-hoarders could create tens of thousands of jobs Developer Levies

Plan to target land-hoarders could create tens of thousands of jobs

A plan to impose a harsh levy on developers hanging on to prime land is being considered by Cabinet. It’s hoped the measure could help boost the supply of family homes, particularly in Dublin.

From TheJournal.ie Here’s how the government spent more than €100m on banking sector advice Consultancy

Here’s how the government spent more than €100m on banking sector advice

Arthur Cox alone has received €12.2 million of these fees since 2011.

From TheJournal.ie 'Rock solid' - the relationship between Taoiseach and Tánaiste, says Ruairí Quinn Political Strain

'Rock solid' - the relationship between Taoiseach and Tánaiste, says Ruairí Quinn

In a radio interview today, the minister addressed speculation the relationship was strained while also speaking about the controversy surround the Junior Certificate reform

From TheJournal.ie 'It's not popular to be in Labour': Party not surprised by Dermot Looney's departure Labour Pains

'It's not popular to be in Labour': Party not surprised by Dermot Looney's departure

That’s now 27 councillors who have left the party since it went into government with all of them citing coalition policies as one of their reasons for quitting.

From TheJournal.ie 'Relentless push': Government plans special Cabinet meeting on jobs early next year Jobs Jobs Jobs

'Relentless push': Government plans special Cabinet meeting on jobs early next year

The coalition has been boosted this year by a continuing fall in the numbers of people who are unemployed with the jobless rate now at 12.8 per cent.

From TheJournal.ie Ministers have some good news, and they’ll be telling us about it all day Brace Yourself

Ministers have some good news, and they’ll be telling us about it all day

There’ll be a sustained eight-hour media assault by Cabinet members and State agency bosses today, as the Government marks the end of the bailout.

From TheJournal.ie After two months, Merkel forms coalition government in Germany Germany

After two months, Merkel forms coalition government in Germany

Angela Merkel has made concessions on gender quotas, the minimum wage and a toll on the Autobahn for foreigners, but she has a government.

From TheJournal.ie Labour TD says party has 'ceded too much ground to the right-wing point of view' Labour Pains

Labour TD says party has 'ceded too much ground to the right-wing point of view'

Joanna Tuffy has said that the party has “ceded too much ground” in coalition with Fine Gael.

From TheJournal.ie "This country's gone wild with exaggeration": Rabbitte says the FOI issue's been blown out of all proportion Hyperbole

"This country's gone wild with exaggeration": Rabbitte says the FOI issue's been blown out of all proportion

The Government yesterday withdrew an amendment to the FOI Bill which would have seen some charges for requests soar.

From TheJournal.ie Damien Kiberd: Govt won't admit it but we've been battered by new taxes Column

Damien Kiberd: Govt won't admit it but we've been battered by new taxes

From the Universal Social Charge to the Local Property Tax, the Government has implemented a labyrinth of new taxes, both overt and covert.

From The42 Why Keane and O’Neill's coalition is the Metal Machine Music of Irish football Opinion

Why Keane and O’Neill's coalition is the Metal Machine Music of Irish football

The FAI’s ostensible final decision is strange, surprising and thrilling in equal measure, writes Paul Fennessy.

From TheJournal.ie Burton: I'm perfectly happy to support Eamon Gilmore Labour

Burton: I'm perfectly happy to support Eamon Gilmore

The Minister for Social Protection has said she is not planning a leadership challenge against the Labour party leader.

From TheJournal.ie In numbers: Budget 2014 Budget 2014

In numbers: Budget 2014

Taxes, cuts and savings – here’s a numerical round-up of the key figures from Budget 2014.

From TheJournal.ie Telephone allowance, maternity benefit and medical cards hit hard in Budget Budget 2014

Telephone allowance, maternity benefit and medical cards hit hard in Budget

Brendan Howlin’s announcement of a review of all medical cards was greeted with jeers from members of the opposition parties.

From TheJournal.ie Noonan cracks down on 'stateless' companies registered in Ireland for tax Budget 2014

Noonan cracks down on 'stateless' companies registered in Ireland for tax

The Minister also reaffirmed the Government’s long-held commitment to not change the corporation tax rate.

From TheJournal.ie Michael Noonan's 13-second Instagram preview of the Budget All Kicking Off

Michael Noonan's 13-second Instagram preview of the Budget

Watch him reading an autocue in EXTREME CLOSE-UP.

From TheJournal.ie Italian crisis intensifies as rebels begin deserting Berlusconi Rome

Italian crisis intensifies as rebels begin deserting Berlusconi

Members of his party are considering splitting from the former premier after he urged his ministers to pull out of the Government at the weekend.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's political 'think-ins', in pictures Tea This post contains images

Ireland's political 'think-ins', in pictures

We could probably ‘caption competition’ most of these.

From TheJournal.ie Burton: Welfare cap not being considered for Budget Budget 2014

Burton: Welfare cap not being considered for Budget

The Minister for Social Protection said the measure had been on the table, but was no longer being looked at ahead of next month’s Budget.

From TheJournal.ie Noonan: We might have some leeway if figures ahead of Budget are positive Budget 2014

Noonan: We might have some leeway if figures ahead of Budget are positive

Michael Noonan indicated there may be a Budget adjustment of less than €3.1 billion if there’s good news contained in two key sets of data, but he said the final figure had not yet been decided.

From TheJournal.ie Top readers' comments of the week You Told Us

Top readers' comments of the week

Here’s our round-up of the most interesting and most popular comments from this week. Did you make it in?

From TheJournal.ie Micheál Martin criticises party politics and Budget leaks Budget 2014

Micheál Martin criticises party politics and Budget leaks

He refused to be drawn on speculation about a possible coalition between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Would you welcome a Fine Gael/Fianna Fáil coalition? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Would you welcome a Fine Gael/Fianna Fáil coalition?

The idea was raised by Bill O’Herlihy recently – what do you think?

From TheJournal.ie CSO: Numbers in employment increased by 9,600 in three months Cso Stats

CSO: Numbers in employment increased by 9,600 in three months

Stats for the second quarter of the year show a seasonally adjusted increase in employment 9,600. There was an annual increase of 1.8 per cent.

From TheJournal.ie New legislation could force landlords to hand over tenants' details Broadcasting Charge

New legislation could force landlords to hand over tenants' details

Under plans for the new Broadcasting Charge, the Department of Communications is proposing new laws that could oblige property owners to hand over renters’ names.

From TheJournal.ie Here's What Happened Today: Saturday News Fix

Here's What Happened Today: Saturday

Today everyone’s talking about a shooting in Dublin and the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

From TheJournal.ie Labour should 'pull out of coalition' if they really want to change politics - Doherty Politics

Labour should 'pull out of coalition' if they really want to change politics - Doherty

Pearse Doherty has said Sinn Féin would only consider any kind of coalition with Labour in future if the party pulled out of its coalition with Fine Gael.