Friday February 21, 2020

Pat Leahy: decisive moment in campaign might not arrive until the new Dáil meets

No campaign was ever decided in the first week

7th February, 2016

Absolutely central to our public conversation is popular discontent with politicians. They’re useless, they’re all the same, they’re in it for themselves. They’ve destroyed the country. Why haven’t they done this? Why did they do that?

We believe our political class is so incompetent that you wouldn’t send them down the shops for milk (though somewhat confusingly, we also expect them to solve the country’s...

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