Monday September 21, 2020

Last Post: Our elusive Taoiseach continues to box clever

16th May, 2015
Labour Senator Susan O’Keeffe had seen her “Yes Equality” badge as her small contribution to the Yes campaign, given that her hours at the inquiry leave her little time to be canvassing. But the Oireachtas authorities intervened and told her to get rid of it, because the Oireachtas Code of Parliamentary Standards bans the wearing of badges which are of a “party political nature”. The many labours of Enda: this week he found time to auction livestock, bake scones on television, have a punch-up in Croker, and dye himself green

Well, of course Enda can’t debate the marriage referendum. As our pictures from last week show, he is far, far too busy.

And at what important work is he far too busy? Well, as we see, he is busy looking like a clown in a variety of different ways.

■ He is worrying livestock.

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