How the final Seanad debates slipped through the cracks

And so, the 23rd Seanad has breathed its last.

26th March, 2011

And so, the 23rd Seanad has breathed its last.

Membahs of the Uppah House sat for the final time last week, before scattering to the four corners of Ireland in search of county councillors’ votes to return them to their lofty perch, perhaps, perhaps, for the finally final time. Our dynamic new government has the Senate in its sights. But sure, you never know.

Characteristically, the last contribution of the final debate included the...

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