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#Yes Minister

From TheJournal.ie Quiz: Did Boris Johnson say this? Boris Johnson

Quiz: Did Boris Johnson say this?

The new British Prime Minister is known for making controversial comments.

From TheJournal.ie 'Even if I got a cheque for €100 million - I couldn't fix this overnight' Five Year Plan

'Even if I got a cheque for €100 million - I couldn't fix this overnight'

Leo Varadkar’s comments follow days of controversy regarding overcrowding at Irish hospitals, and come ahead of a nursing strike next week.

From TheJournal.ie Payments of the Household Charge still being received every day Yes Minister

Payments of the Household Charge still being received every day

45,000 of us have had the Household Charge taken from our wages or pensions

From TheJournal.ie Column: The #GSOC debacle is a war of spin Opinion

Column: The #GSOC debacle is a war of spin

With a constant flow of leaks, jousting between journalists and politicians, and the resulting war of words spinning out of control, the casualties in the Garda Ombudsman conflict will be high, writes Paul Allen.

From The42 Former Tory minister Michael Portillo has a go at hurling at Semple Stadium Yes Minister

Former Tory minister Michael Portillo has a go at hurling at Semple Stadium

The former Westminster heavy-hitter togged out in Thurles with Noel McGrath.

Coming back for a new series? Yes, Prime Minister Comedy This post contains videos

Coming back for a new series? Yes, Prime Minister

The classic BBC comedy ended in 1988 but its writers are set to bring the series back to life.

From TheJournal.ie Kenny forced to backtrack on criticism of government press website Dáil Éireann

Kenny forced to backtrack on criticism of government press website

Enda Kenny tells the Dáil that MerrionStreet.ie is a “factual” website – only for Micheál Martin to recall previous criticisms.