Sunday July 12, 2020

There was no Green wave and Green-babble will not dictate the next election. Prosperity, jobs and housing will be the battlegrounds

2nd June, 2019

Let’s get a grip on political reality. The results of the local and European elections are really not that surprising. These elections, held every five years, tell us very little. They will change very little. The Irish vote will not affect the EU very much, if at all. The local elections will not affect the shape or the substance of local government.

There were no massive swings. The only significant loser was Sinn...

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