Saturday June 6, 2020

Editor’s Letter

Posters have ceased to matter; now they only pollute our views and our life

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
3rd June, 2018

The past referendum pointed to a lot of important matters directly related to what was happening around it. As with every political action, however, there were unexpected learnings along the way that we, as a people, can use.

Ireland was not short of posters these past few weeks. Every lamppost was covered in them, and, particularly relevant for a non-election, most of them ceased to serve a purpose as of 10pm on Friday, May 25,...

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