Tony O’Brien: Our leaky government needs to get its story straight
The coalition‘s communication strategy is a shambles, with the constant dripping of speculation from the top, and our wellbeing is suffering
The government’s communication strategy on Covid-19 is a shambles. There is simply no other way to describe it. And it is very much the government itself that’s the problem, not the many other state actors involved in the national response to the pandemic.
This government, with its triple-headed leadership structure, just can’t get its story straight. The Taoiseach and Tánaiste are seemingly on a mission to keep the nation at once...
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