Wednesday October 28, 2020

Sinn Féiners excel at criticism, but you can’t build houses with that

21st October, 2018

Randolph Churchill once said “the duty of an opposition is to oppose”. Despite his Tory politics, Sinn Féin appears to have taken this advice to heart.

This is visible in the tumbleweed blowing through Stormont where the party has overseen a world record breaking collapse of government. In the Republic, its reaction to Budget 2019 is a good example of the same philosophy. Last week’s opinion piece on the housing budget...

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