Elections in Ireland have become beauty contests between political personalities, rather than battles of ideas with deep scrutiny of party policies. The narrative in the current campaign reflects this, with a relentless focus on individual candidates and constant tit-for-tat designed to apportion personal blame rather than engage on the complexity of policy. Both the media and the political parties are guilty of this. So far, this election has been about playing the man rather than...
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