Teething pains for Shane Ross as he tries to take on the establishment, from the inside

27th November, 2016

‘Radical yet responsible’ was the style of government offered by Shane Ross when he set up the Independent Alliance, which was to enter into the historic minority coalition with Fine Gael. As he tries to flex his muscles in such an arrangement while at the same time failing to deliver any meaningful policy changes, he is so far proving to be neither.

Last week, as the government passed its 200 days in office...

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