And for their next trick . . .
Enda Kenny might as well be wearing evening dress, you know, with tails and a ruffled shirt, with his charming assistant Joan Burton in sequins and sparkles. Anything, in fact, to enable what professional magicians call “misdirection”, that is, distracting the public from what’s really happening on stage.
In Enda’s hand, five cards. The five suggested “political reforms” that we may be asked to vote on next year, if last week’s...
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