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Chinese Economy Facing Potential Slowdown

China, or in its correct form,  the Peoples Republic of China (PRC), is known to be the world’s most populous country. In 2013 the World Bank quoted the population as being somewhere in the region of 1.35 billion people. With…

Prominent independents poised to form alliances

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Rape allegations and cover-up claims affecting Adams in polls

More and more pressure has been falling on the shoulders of the Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams after Belfast woman Maíria Cahill made claims that, shop having been sexually abused by a member of the Republican movement as a 16…

UKIP make gains at home but lose international funding

The past couple of weeks have been a rather mixed bag for the United Kingdom Independence Party, purchase better known as UKIP. While there is still much to smile about for their charismatic leader Nigel Farage, recent developments on in…

By-election drama as major parties undone by transfers

Two shock results in the latest by-elections, prostate one by a small party and one by an independent, recipe have left the larger parties reeling as the presumptive winners both failed to pick up sufficient transfers. Paul Murphy of the…

UCD Political Societies United on Marriage Equality

While no date has yet been officially confirmed for the spring’s upcoming referendum on marriage equality, viagra UCD’s political societies have all already announced their intentions to campaign for a Yes vote. The Kevin Barry Cumann, illness UCD Labour, ask…

“Offensive” prayer under spotlight following announcement of Blasphemy Referendum

In recent weeks there has been an increase in debate over the calls for the Catholic prayer recited at the beginning of each Dáil session to be removed. Independent TD Clare Daly described the recital of a prayer as “offensive”…

Questions raised over EU Commission’s Energy appointee

Criticism is mounting over the EU’s decision to appoint the Spanish Popular Party’s Miguel Arias Cañete to the position of Commissioner for Energy and Climate Action. Mr Arias Cañete, medicine who served as Minister for Agriculture, case Food and Environment…

“It’s time for a new generation to redefine where they are and what that role is” Rachel Carey Sat Down With Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan

Rachel Carey sat down with Green Party leader Eamon Ryan to discuss the comeback of the Green Party into the Irish sphere of politics and what this means for students. I met Eamon Ryan in his party’s offices on Suffolk…

Where now for the Irish Property Market?

As the rest of the economy enters recovery, sovaldi what of Ireland’s tumultuous property market for 2014? The Irish economy is showing signs of life again, cialis with many of the key metrics with which we view economic health illustrating…

Ryanair opts for PR Makeover

O’Leary outlines new customer relations strategy for Europe’s biggest airline Ryanair, buy viagra the Irish airline spearheaded by Michael O’Leary, treat has announced a revamp of its customer relations strategy. The development will see the airline establish a new social…

Irish SME’s – Just Small Talk?

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