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Cowen the big winner in the local elections

One of the great rituals of the end of the parliamentary year is the outbreak of bonhomie.

25th December, 2004

One of the great rituals of the end of the parliamentary year is the outbreak of bonhomie. All the acrimony of the past is put to one side and all that is left to do is to hear out whichever opposition party has the turn at attacking the length of the seasonal break.

If the government really wanted to cause outrage among TDs, all it would have to do is to announce that it was...

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