The crime of not being Irish

Last week, Brian Lenihan, the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform, introduced the Immigration Bill 2008, the aim of which is to sort out the mess foreigners have made of our immigration system.

9th February, 2008

Last week, Brian Lenihan, the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform, introduced the Immigration Bill 2008, the aim of which is to sort out the mess foreigners have made of our immigration system.

Interestingly, the Irish immigration system was working just fine before foreigners started using it. When they came along, everything went pear-shaped. Still, being the generous folk we are, we decided to forgive them for not being Irish and came up with the...

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