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Media attack dogs are just plain old newshounds

The Taoiseach seemed to say last week that The Irish Times was out to bury him.

11th November, 2006

The Taoiseach seemed to say last week that The Irish Times was out to bury him. As usual, you can’t exactly be sure what he was saying, so here are the exact words: ‘‘There was one group out to bury me, very persistently to bury me.”

Who was that, his TV3 inquisitor Ursula Halligan asked. ‘‘It was quite obvious who they were. I’m not going to personalise it, but it...

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