Golfgate: the gift that kept on giving
The Oireachtas golf outing dominated headlines in what is generally a quiet news month. But was there a rush of blood to the head?
August is a quiet news month. The Dáil is in recess, and the newsmakers are on holidays – the papers thin out and the news bulletins shorten. It’s a time for relaxation. Maybe even a game of golf.
Politics is a bloodsport, runs the cliché. It certainly has been since last Thursday week, when the Oireachtas Golf Society woke to find their dinner behind panelled walls the subject of an Irish...
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