Mary Regan: Dail's out for summer, but does it matter?
With a parliament as ineffectual as this one, it won’t make a blind bit of difference
With so much change in the world of politics in recent years, at least one tradition still holds true: The nice long summer holidays.
The Dail will break on Friday and won’t return until the end of September, making the lengthy recess the one true survivor of this confusing new order of new politics.
What will be different about it this time around is that few people are likely to take any notice....
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