Opposition are one up, but second half is still to come

We maybe enjoying a quiet year in Irish politics, at least by recent standards.

17th April, 2010

We maybe enjoying a quiet year in Irish politics, at least by recent standards.

There are no elections scheduled, no referendums and we may get by with just the one budget. Having come through Lisbon, Nama and its budgetary hurdles, the government looks more stable than it did six months ago. Without wanting to tempt fate ,the prospect of an election has diminished considerably.

If the last two Dáils can be used as a benchmark-...

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