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If there is one clear example of the role filled by a public service broadcaster, it has been the reporting and analysis provided by RTE’s European Editor Tony Connolly on the endless saga that is Brexit

10th November, 2019

If there is one clear example of the role filled by a public service broadcaster, it has been the reporting and analysis provided by RTE’s European Editor Tony Connolly on the endless saga that is Brexit.

At all the key moments, Connolly has been ahead of the pack, delivering the latest twists and turns without the resources of much bigger and global news organisations in Brussels.

It was not the work of Connolly...

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