Independents do not offer a real alternative
Today’s independent TDs don’t want to govern, or even bring down the government
No more prima donnas need apply. We have enough already. The Technical Group is full up.
Any attempt at forcible entry will produce the most terrible tantrums. We will scream and scream until we close the house down. And so, Lucinda and Peter have been turned away from the inn and are resolved to pray for guidance to a higher authority, the Ceann Comhairle.
Ever since they separated from Fine Gael, Lucinda Creighton and Peter...
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