Tonight with #vinb: Psychiatry in Ireland

On Tonight with Vincent Browne, Pat Bracken, Anne Jeffers, Kathleen Lynch and David McCarthy will be assessing the state and status of psychiatry in Ireland, the resourcing of psychiatric service and policy-making in the area. {jathumbnailoff}

Tonight with #vinb: Breakthrough in Europe?

On Tonight with Vincent Browne (which Sam Smyth will present), Brian Hayes, John O'Callaghan, Eamon Ryan and Sheila Killian will discuss the outcome of the European summit in Brussels. Is the news as 'seismic' as Enda Kenny would have Ireland believe? Where do we go from here? {jathumbnailoff}

Mick Wallace's Dáil statement on under-declaration of VAT

I would like to thank the party whips and the government for giving me the opportunity to speak today. In relation to my company’s under-declaration of VAT in 2009, M&J Wallace Ltd sold apartments in 2008 and 2009 and the proceeds from the closings of the sales were pledged to the bank. Normally, the business cash flow would have allowed us to deal with the VAT liability but not on this occasion. In early 2008, the company had got the go ahead to build a large project on the North Circular Road, which gave confidence in its potential to go forward.

'Inequality - A failure of vision and values'

Delivering the 2012 TASC Annual Lecture in the Royal Irish Academy last night, social justice campaigner Fr Peter McVerry said that the mantra of the old economic model "more is better" must give way to "moderation and restraint".

#vinb pre-debate poll: Will you be voting Yes or No in the Fiscal Treaty referendum?

Tonight at 9pm on TV3, Simon Coveney, Mary Lou McDonald, Micheál Martin and Joe Higgins take part in the first live televised debate on the Fiscal Treaty. During the debate we'll be curating #vinb tweets here, and we're also asking how you intend to vote in the referendum on 31 May. Cast your vote below! {jathumbnailoff}

The #euref poll is now closed. View the results below. [1]