Friday October 30, 2020

Got a property problem? Don’t worry, we have a bill for that

Rather than create cross-party support for one well-considered piece of legislation, Dáil members compete for the limelight and miss out on vital elements because they can’t be seen to be in favour of something they didn’t think up themselves

3rd June, 2018

When it comes to housing, there are more bills floating around the Dáil than the ducks in your local pond. It doesn’t bode well for progress because nobody can be sure what TDs are arguing about at any given time.

It seems bills are the new pills: whatever the problem, we have a bill for it.

Rather than create cross-party support for one well-considered piece of legislation, Dáil members compete for...

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