Enda Kenny has never conceded that his time as Fine Gael leader and Taoiseach is drawing to an end. His only commitment is to step-down before the next general election. We spoke to Tom Kelly of the Connaught Telegraph.
Unions at Bus Eireann have rejected a document issued by the company and have claimed that the company intends collapsing Work Place Relations talks aimed at avoiding an industrial dispute. We spoke to Fergal Keane.
Minister Simon Harris hasn't ruled himself out to replace Enda Kenny as party leader, but today he rubbished claims that he "wants out of health" as sugested in a Fine Gael Whats App message. Minister Harris visited overcrowded Emergency Departments in Mullingar and Galway today.
The DUP launched its manifesto today... with a warning from Arlene Foster that a Sinn Fein victory would give Gerry Adams a 'hugely significant worldwide propaganda boost'. Barry Lenihan spoke to us from West Belfast , and we spoke to Sam McBride, Belfast Newsletter