Reasoned restraint is key to opposition success

Fine Gael and Labour must become credible in the way they talk about the economy if they wish to gain power.

11th August, 2007

Fine Gael and Labour must become credible in the way they talk about the economy if they wish to gain power.

Since the Dail rose for its hard-earned summer break, the principal topic of conversation among the politically active has been, of course, the weather.

Expert analysis, garnered from years observing evolving patterns, have led many to the conclusion that what we are witnessing has nothing to do with climate change and everything to do...

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