Category Archives: Eire

Wasted referendum

On Mothers Day weekend there was two referendum, one on family and the other on care. Both badly run and both lost. And it was only after the polls closed that I even heard about them. I agree with the … Continue reading

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Feral youths

Varadker promises a ‘crackdown’ on “far-right” groups following the rioting that was sparked off by yesterday’s stabbing. The problem is that most of the rioters were not part of any such groups and in reality the whole riot was little … Continue reading

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The coming crash

An Irish Times op-ed talks about a collapse of Ireland’s property market. A serious case of last to know. Back in mid-2021 there had already been reports of huge property write-downs, but this was patently obvious from walks I took … Continue reading

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