“Celebratory spirit” at the Republican Convention / Vote on von Der Leyen’s future
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by The Irish Times
5d ago
The Republican National Convention is taking place this week in Milwaukee, just days after the assassination attempt on Donald Trump. Irish Times Washington Correspondent Keith Duggan is attending the four-day event and talks to Hugh Linehan about the “celebratory spirit” among Republicans who believe “the election is over in many ways”. The pair also discuss the appointment of Trump’s new running mate J.D Vance, who was once one of the former president’s fiercest critics.  Later on, Hugh is joined by Irish Times Europe Correspondent Jack Power who reports ahead of tomorrow’s vote on t ..read more
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Roderic O'Gorman on pacts, focus groups and nastiness
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by The Irish Times
1w ago
Hugh Linehan is joined by Harry McGee and Cormac McQuinn to look back on the week in politics. They discuss the end of the Dáil term, the timing of the next general election (of course) and the Government's outstanding legislative agenda. In part two we hear some of Harry's conversation with newly-elected leader of the Green party Roderic O'Gorman. He talks about his attitude to electoral pact with parties like Labour and the Social Democrats, the use of focus groups to hone his party's message to voters and the abuse he has sometimes experienced in politics. They also talk about the release ..read more
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A candid look at politics in Dublin's north inner city
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by The Irish Times
1w ago
After depicting the musical culture of Dublin's northside in his acclaimed documentary North Circular, director Luke McManus is now looking at the area's politics. His new documentary The Locals follows a range of candidates in the run-up to the June 2024 local elections, painting a picture of a diverse area and an equally diverse group of politicians. Luke talks to Hugh Linehan about making the documentary, the people it portrays and the issues they care about. The Locals is on RTÉ One on Monday, July 15th at 9:35pm and will also be available on the RTÉ player. Hosted on Acast. See a ..read more
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Election results special: New political maps for Britain and Northern Ireland
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by The Irish Times
2w ago
Labour has won the 2024 UK general election with a massive landslide. Beyond that, huge shifts have taken place across the political map of Britain and Northern Ireland. To take a look at what has happened and what comes next, Hugh talks to London correspondent Mark Paul, Northern editor Freya McClements and Denis Staunton. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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UK election: If the Tories implode, what then? With Rafael Behr
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by The Irish Times
2w ago
Political commentator with The Guardian Rafael Behr returns to the podcast to talk about the UK general election. By Friday we will know if the widely-expected Tory implosion and Labour majority have materialised. But what comes next? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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Will Biden step aside after a disastrous debate?
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by The Irish Times
3w ago
Washington correspondent Keith Duggan joins this week's wrap to discuss what could turn out to be one of the year's most consequential political developments: US president Joe Biden's disastrous performance at Thursday's debate with former president and Republican candidate Donald Trump. In a debate format that accentuated Biden's weaknesses, he handed the momentum to his rival and prompted intense debate about whether he should remain the Democratic candidate. After that Jennifer Bray looks at the big Irish political stories of the week, including the outcome of a mini Fianna Fáil reshuffle ..read more
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Is Jack Chambers ready for Finance?
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by The Irish Times
3w ago
Hugh Linehan is joined by Irish Times columnist Gerard Howlin and political editor Pat Leahy to discuss the appointment of Jack Chambers as Minister of Finance and other political news. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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Will a summer of cancelled flights harm Harris?
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by The Irish Times
1M ago
Pat Leahy is joined by Harry McGee and Cormac McQuinn to look back at the week in politics: The latest in the race to succeed Eamon Ryan as Green party leader. What is behind Micheal Martin's decision to name Jack Chambers deputy leader of Fianna Fail? Industrial action at Aer Lingus means holidaymakers face a summer of discontent. Will it bounce back on the Government? Plus the panel pick their favourite Irish Times pieces of the week: Jack Power's profile of the young leader of France's far-right What should be an unnecessary warning: do not feed fizzy drinks to deer A piec ..read more
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Who will replace Eamon Ryan? / Northern Ireland votes
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by The Irish Times
1M ago
First we focus on political upheaval following the announcement that Eamon Ryan is stepping down as leader of the Greens. Political correspondent Cormac McQuinn provides updates on the frontrunners to succeed him, including Minister for Children Roderic O'Gorman and Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Pippa Hackett. Then we turn to Northern Ireland, where voters will select their 18 Westminster MPs next month. Can the DUP hold onto its seats in the aftermath of the crisis surrounding Jeffrey Donaldson? Mark Hennessy and Freya McClements look at what really ..read more
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Will the by-elections ever take place?
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by The Irish Times
1M ago
Hugh Linehan is joined by Pat Leahy and Harry McGee to look back at the week in politics. With our recent obsession on the local and European elections winding down, today we take a look at the week's Dáil debates and at the "guillotining through" of the huge piece of legislation that is the Planning Bill into its final stage. The panel also discuss whether Dáil vacancies arising as a result of TDs becoming MEPs will ever be filled in the lifetime of this Government. The panel also pick their Irish Times articles of the week. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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