SSM marriage referendum in Ireland: A step in the right direction that can’t please everyone

By Eoin Molloy

The spokesperson for Ireland’s Catholic Bishops has said that the church may no longer perform the civil aspects of weddings if the upcoming referendum on SSM equality is passed.

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Towards a European debt conference

By Eoin Molloy

Alexis Tsipras, the leader of Greece’s left-wing Syriza party, has been sworn in as the embattled country’s new Prime Minister following his party’s landslide victory in a snap election help on Sunday, 25 of January.

Tsipras, who is Greece’s youngest prime minister in over a century at 40 years of age, was sworn in at a secular ceremony sporting his familiar no tie look.

So what exactly do Syriza stand for? They are the first euro-zone majority party to outwardly reject German-backed austerity. They are essentially a populist party who seek to achieve a better deal on the outstanding 240 billion Greek public debt.

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The daily-listy list: Top 5 ways you know that you are Irish citizen

By Eoin Molloy

In the past few years, online media has witnessed the entry of a new form of journalism: the listicle (cue dramatic music). It is about time we hear at TAB Magazine capitalised on this all-consuming, hard-hitting system of writing. So in the style of Buzzfeed, The Daily Edge and Elite Daily here is the list you simply have to read today, lol.

Disclaimer: this is definitely not clickbait.

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