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Civil Partnership Bill passes all stages in Dáil

July 1st, 2010 · 8 Comments · Irish Politics, LGBT, Same Sex Partnerships

And now onto the Seanad. It’s 21 years since the first European State passed a registered partnership bill.  Ireland today is on it’s way to catching up – slow as ever. The Bill passed without a vote and there were moving speeches at the end, some acknowledging the fact that the bill does not go […]

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Civil Partnership Report Stage Thursday July 1

June 30th, 2010 · 7 Comments · Equality, LGBT, Same Sex Partnerships

The report stage of the Civil Partnership Bill will take place in the Dáil tomorrow night between 5pm and 9 pm. (Amendments tabled for debate) There is a liveblog available for commentary and you will be able to watch the debate on the liveblog or you can watch it by picking a stream from the […]

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New Suit Sir?

March 11th, 2010 · 9 Comments · Ciaran Cuffe, Green Party, Irish Politics

I’ve noticed in the last few days that Ciaran Cuffe, potential new minister is scrubbing up very well. Today this photo of the Green Party Parliamentary Party 2010 was released.  Has he been to Louis Copeland?  What has happened to the tweedie type jackets? [ fake generic viagra | viagra side effects | viagra online […]

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The Letters

February 23rd, 2010 · 7 Comments · Green Party, Irish Politics

Leaving aside Sargent’s error in writing the letter. This is not rocket science. Help me out here. There are maybe three general groupings that the letters could have come from (and it could have been from one or more of them) Trevor Sargent’s Office The Gardai,  or sources close to the Gardai, DPP’s office or […]

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February 18th, 2010 · 8 Comments · Green Party, Irish Politics

Green Party elected officials seem to be having problems with their consciences at the moment. And indeed it’s not only Deirdre de Burca who is calling John Gormley’s leadership into question. As I said on Friday there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes that has very little to do with Willie O’Dea. The […]

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