Radio review: Lisbon kerfuffles, well told lies and $100 bills

As flustered as an ecdysiast whose feather fan suddenly goes missing, the politicians of Ireland and Europe have been in a great kerfuffle since the No vote. Outrage and anger and insult spew from the radio.

21st June, 2008

As flustered as an ecdysiast whose feather fan suddenly goes missing, the politicians of Ireland and Europe have been in a great kerfuffle since the No vote. Outrage and anger and insult spew from the radio.

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