The left is lighting up Irish politics

In a lacklustre Dáil, the energetic radical left is getting nearly all the attention

27th December, 2015
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We are coming to the end of this momentous Dáil term, which followed the great crash of 2008-2011 and the sweeping out of the old political order. But in many ways, it’s been far from momentous.

We certainly didn’t get the democratic revolution we were promised, and surely over-promised, by an incoming government which already had the stabilising of the nation’s finances on its hands and the revival of a banjaxed...

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