Mary Regan: We thought we’d had a political upheaval

But real change is what happens elsewhere

21st August, 2016
Enda Kenny and his fellow TD's in front of Leinster House Pic: RollingNews.ie

Politics has always been a brutal and unpredictable game. But political developments around the world in recent times – reaching a crescendo in the US presidential campaign – have meant long-established rules about how politicians communicate, how the public interact with them, and even how the media reports on them, seem to have been completely torn up. What is replacing the old play book, few people know and fewer still would dare to predict.

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