Inside Politics: Shatter's error of judgment will have long-term effects
If you had asked Enda Kenny two weeks ago who his most reliable minister, was he would almost certainly have pointed to Alan Shatter.
If you had asked Enda Kenny two weeks ago who his most reliable minister, was he would almost certainly have pointed to Alan Shatter. It's not that Shatter's been a steady pair of hands - he's actually been involved in more controversy than all his colleagues put together.
He also, probably single-handedly, lost a virtually unlosable referendum, which was all but subtitled "give us the power to humiliate bankers and retired politicians".
What Shatter has...
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