SINN Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald has withdrawn a request for a Dáil committee to urgently reconvene to discuss Nama claims.
Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald will succeed Gerry Adams in spring or early summer of next year, according to The Irish News columnist Brian Feeney.
Northern Ireland news
"It is very clear whatever Gerry says, Mary Lou will say – it's a fact," he said.
MARY Lou McDonald has been accused of playing a "divisive game" by signing off her acceptance speech with a cry of "Up the rebels, tiocfaidh ár lá".
Republic of Ireland news
TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar and Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald clashed yesterday during ill-tempered exchanges in the Dáil.
NOMINATIONS to become the next leader of Sinn Féin closed last night, with Mary Lou McDonald believed to be the only candidate.
SINN Fein's new leader Mary Lou McDonald, has accused the taoiseach of being "smarmy".
We need to talk about Mary Lou McDonald.
Mary Lou McDonald slipped quietly into her seat unnoticed by the cameras and the over 2,000 people who had travelled from all over Ireland to attend Sinn Féin’s special ard fheis.
Sinn Féin would only say that its team "was led by" new party president Mary Lou McDonald and her deputy Michelle O'Neill.