Monday June 1, 2020

According to our demonised politicians, the 1990s was a lawless time, bereft of responsibility and obligation. That’s fair enough . . . isn’t it?

Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past is full of little everyday occurrences that involuntarily set off memories. The remarkable thing about Irish politicians is that they seem to find it impossible to remember any event smaller than an office b

1st March, 2008

Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past is full of little everyday occurrences that involuntarily set off memories. The remarkable thing about Irish politicians is that they seem to find it impossible to remember any event smaller than an office block falling on them.

But as to when, and where, and why? Well, that’s another question, and another and another. To defend their former wayward ways, politicians have sought to represent the last decade...

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