This time tomorrow I’ll be on the road to #WCBelfast. Really looking forward to a nerdy weekend!
Do you follow me on Instagram? It’s not professionally very interesting (I try to save that for Twitter, and, of course, this blog). In the description of my Instagram profile, I mention: I l…
I’m really, really looking forward to this!
Today I had planned to publish two posts on Fine Gael and the Labour Party.
A comprehensive account of their time in government. Both articles had been at least a year in the making, extensive notes and several drafts written but for some reason I couldn’t quite find the words to fully reflect what has occurred since 2011.
A wall kept coming down. What can you say, really? How do you quantify a legacy like that. In truth, there is not much more I can tell you. We have all seen enough without me recounting the nightmare here.
Instead, I want to focus on two issues that throughout everything have been by far the lowest points for me since 2011. You can take your own pick, in the full spectrum from distant bank billions to water meters outside your front door but for me, nothing compares to the treatment of the…
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Former Greek finance minister accuses government of pandering to oligarchs
Ireland faces a “stark choice” at the next election between those who have imposed austerity on the Irish people and those who have an alternative vision, the former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has said.
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