Michael Brennan: Ryan comes through Leaders’ Questions without taking any major hits
Green Party leader was predictably comfortable talking about climate action
Eamon Ryan turned up at Leaders’ Questions with an ear infection.
The Green Party leader had been swimming in Dublin Bay last weekend, and wondered aloud in the Dáil if the two incidents were connected, given the occasional discharge of not fully treated sewage from the Ringsend wastewater treatment plant.
His colleagues in government are often worried about how Ryan will perform at Leaders’ Questions, which is of course normally the preserve...
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