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Last Post: Careful now, as we ponder the Seanad

9th May, 2015
Ed Miliband tackles that infamous bacon sandwich

The wise decision of the people not to abolish the Seanad was not reflected, alas, in public interest in last week’s debate on the Seanad’s future, conducted by the Senators themselves. The galleries were shamefully empty. Not even the guttersnipes of the vulgar press were present. But Last Post, needless to say, kept a close eye on proceedings.

The senators were discussing the plan for Seanad reform. Yes! There’s another one!...

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