Tuesday November 24, 2020

Sunday Business Post: The story of 2017

Editor Ian Kehoe picks the in-depth interviews, long-form features, profiles and magazine articles that tell us what happened this year

31st December, 2017

Just 14 men have led governments in this country since 1921. This year, one of those left office, another assumed it and a third, Liam Cosgrave, sadly passed away. When Enda Kenny announced his departure in May, under the shadow of yet another policing controversy, I wrote that that it was too early to judge him. I still believe that to be the case. Critics have labelled him lightweight. His advocates say he regained Ireland’s...

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