Friday July 10, 2020

Coalition seems to be stuck on pause

Everyone knows that the easiest way to remove a plaster is to close your eyes, pull sharply and get the inevitable stinging pain over as quickly as possible.

28th February, 2009

Everyone knows that the easiest way to remove a plaster is to close your eyes, pull sharply and get the inevitable stinging pain over as quickly as possible.

These last few months, it feels as if we’ve been going through that process millimetre by painful millimetre, knowing that there is a festering economic wound underneath, but wanting to deny its existence or avoid the pain. Taoiseach Brian Cowen and his government have led the way...

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