Friday February 21, 2020

Back Room: Parties aren't the only ones taking a break from politics

The nation is taking a well-deserved holiday from the constant bickering about who’s in trouble and who’s getting into bed with whom.

29th June, 2014

The nation is taking a well-deserved holiday from the constant bickering about who’s in trouble and who’s getting into bed with whom.

One of the casualties of the recession has been the habit of the Dáil starting its holidays in late June and leaving July free for ‘constituency work’.

In order to be seen to be ‘at the people’s business’ and avoid accusations of having an easy...

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