It was a week of major contrasts. These went from the high drama of Lucinda Creighton's speech on the Protection of Life Bill to the low farce of Senator Terry Leyden's observations on Hitler and Mussolini's Christianity.
The contrasts applied to party leaders too. While Enda Kenny demonstrated authority in bringing most of his wavering backbenchers to heel, it was the other way around in Fianna Fáil. With almost three quarters of his Dáil party...
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