Enduring the silly season soundtrack of negativity
The country is grumpy right now, but that may be put aside when the election comes along
When the good burghers of Claremorris start spouting sedition it is time to sit up and take notice.
I know Claremorris a little better than most of the denizens of Leinster House. If there is a more conservative town in the country, I don’t know it. Not the kind of place, then, where you would expect the local minister to be harangued about the merits of Ukip and Sinn Féin, neither organisation traditionally known to...
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