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Seanad dinosaurs find their true home in museum

The announcement that the Seanad is to be moved to the Natural History Museum invites an examination of what the dinosaurs that inhabit the upper chamber - long undisturbed by media intrusion or public interest - have been doing.

16th February, 2008

The announcement that the Seanad is to be moved to the Natural History Museum invites an examination of what the dinosaurs that inhabit the upper chamber - long undisturbed by media intrusion or public interest - have been doing.

One of the better known dinosaurs is Senator Shane Ross, who was the first to speak at the recently-commenced 23rd session of the Seanad. He began presumptively: ‘‘I do not wish to sound presumptuous, but I...

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