Wednesday July 8, 2020

Shane Ross is finally at the table and making mischief

He cultivates the air of an outsider, but this longtime journalist and Seanad veteran is more of an insider than he is himself comfortable with

27th November, 2016
Shane Ross: the Minister for Transport’s motivations are puzzlingFergal Phillips

While the world awaits Donald Trump’s next tweet with bated breath, this little corner of the globe must make do with the antics of Shane Ross. The Donald is anticipating what kind of government he will lead, while Shane is piloting his own unique take on government. In Trump’s case it is hard to know what he might do next. Ross is an altogether more sophisticated operator than the billionaire charlatan, but his motivation is...

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