Could you survive without the Seanad?

As you may have noticed, there was no silly season this summer, writes Garvan Grant.

7th September, 2013
Can we really bring this patient back to life?

As you may have noticed, there was no silly season this summer. Syria, Egypt and the debate on the future of the Seanad put paid to any notions of people getting away from the serious stuff. And all three problems are still very much on the table, with prospects of military action on the way before any solutions are found.

The three issues have also highlighted the trouble with democracy. In Syria, they don't have...

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