Media’s nightmare election a message to us all

Once again, the Irish media are scrambling to keep up with public opinion.

2nd June, 2007

Once again, the Irish media are scrambling to keep up with public opinion.

The weeks following elections can often be the most interesting. In the case of the aftermath of our recent participation in what is, by common cliched consent, ‘‘the only poll that matters’’, so far, there has been precious little to get people really excited.

The various twists of Fine Gael to conjure up 83 votes without Fianna Fail...

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