On October 24, 2011, the final debate of the presidential election took place on RTÉ’s television programme the Frontline. It would prove to be the most controversial TV debate in Irish political history, with consequences for years to come
Pat Kenny outlined nine issues which he felt made RTÉ’s report into the Frontline debate debacle 'incomplete, to the point of being misleading'
The decision is likely to prove controversial as Mark Carney’s tenure at the Bank of England has long drawn both criticism and praise
Backing the hot favourite can backfire, as this column discovered last week, and Micheál Martin is better value than Leo Varadkar to be next Taoiseach