There is much to agree with in Tom McGurk’s article ‘We need an election, but you know why we won’t have one’ (23/11/2014), but to write off the whole government as hugely incompetent is unfair.
It seems to me that those current ministers, particularly within Fine Gael, who had previously tried to replace the current Taoiseach have shown the most competence to date, and whether one agrees with Lucinda Creighton’s...
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