The reconfiguration of Irish politics has already happened

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With polls indicating that a left-right divide has finally emerged in Ireland, the time is right for a broad alliance of progressive forces.

Is anybody listening?

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Five students from different universities talk about their experiences seeking help with mental illnesses.

Surviving London without a phone

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Naoise Dolan braves a weekend away without cellular assistance.

Schols is just another freebie for the privileged

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Schols is an outmoded and elitist system. It’s time to spread the privileges equally.

Victims of denial

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Accusations against YouTube users are a warning that the world of sexual abuse is much closer than we would like to imagine.

Must try harder

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William Foley casts a cold eye on last week’s USI rally.

Why the ‘Please Talk’ campaign misses the point

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For people with depression, the point isn’t that they can’t talk, it is that they feel there is no-one there to listen.

Disappearing the inconvenient

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Brigid Francis-Devine looks at the connection between mental health and prison reform.

YouTube celebrity accused of sexual abuse makes a comeback

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Dee Courtney questions the re-emergence of alleged YouTube sexual abuser Alex Day.

My beef with vegan critics

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Naoise Dolan takes on the critics, concern trolls and weirdly defensive meat zealots who feel the need to comment on her vegan lifestyle.

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