Standing out in a stand-out year

It seems like a mere 12 months since Fine Gael and Labour jointly received the PostMortem Outstanding Achievement of the Year Award for 2012.

22nd December, 2013
Kim Jong Un wins PostMortem's Outstanding Achievement of the Year for just being his cuddly self. Picture: Getty

It seems like a mere 12 months since Fine Gael and Labour jointly received the PostMortem Outstanding Achievement of the Year Award for 2012. They won it for all their hard work in doing exactly what their troika overlords told them to do.

To be fair, it wasn't much of a stretch for Fine Gael to follow Fianna Fail's policy of obeying the troika, but it was inspiring to see Labour TDs ignore the most basic tenets...

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