Convenient culture needs abolishing
It sometimes seems that the central organising principle of Irish political and administrative life is that nobody, anywhere, should be inconvenienced by anything.
It sometimes seems that the central organising principle of Irish political and administrative life is that nobody, anywhere, should be inconvenienced by anything. A corollary of this appears to be that nobody should be held responsible for anything they do.
In France last week, the elderly head of a company which manufactured faulty breast implants was arrested. In Ireland, three and a half years after the beginning of a banking crash which has removed the...
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