The Irish Times predicts that Ireland voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment to its constitution by 68 per cent to 32 per cent.
Google and Facebook will ban all foreign adverts targeting the vote, but we should be wary of patting Silicon Valley too hard on the back.
Jeremy Corbyn must unite with radical left forces to guarantee that the European Union cannot obstruct a future socialist government.
From France and the Netherlands to Italy and Germany, the centre left and social democrats are losing and radicals and populists are rising.
The UK has voted in favour of a near-total ban on dangerous neonicotinoids.
The presidents see the world very differently. But how they see their own countries is another matter.
The neoconservatives defined themselves in opposition to the French student protests of 1968.
Or, as has happened before, the French may suddenly summon their revolutionary spirit and choose to disavow him.
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The French president’s agenda of tax cuts and privatisation is actively corrosive to the progressive dream of Europe.
The debate around live animal exports suggests the government’s post-Brexit vision of animal welfare is driven as much by self-interest as compassion.