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If you remember The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin a BBC sitcom from the late 1970s, chances are that you will recall the character, Doc Morrissey. Morrissey was the bumbling company doctor who couldn’t diagnose for love nor money but could recite a patient’s
Though Coca-Cola, Hallmark and Disney have tried to influence our vision of the ideal Christmas, none of them have had a fraction of the impact of the great Charles Dickens. When it comes to depicting the sights and sounds of this holy and festive season,
Last week the opposition opted to table a Dáil motion that sought to divide the Oireachtas on the human tragedy that is Gaza, rather than unite us. That move was regrettable. There is much that unites deputies on this issue. The President, Taoiseach and Tánaiste
Less than a year ago I wrote here about the growing problem of street crime and wanton anti-social behaviour. The article was prompted by an alarming increase in calls to my office from people who live in daily fear of the feral behaviour of some.
It’s pointless pontificating about Ireland’s neutrality while the Defence Forces are so short of members
One of the great political fallacies of the past half century is that the “triple lock” is some great obstacle to the participation of our Defence Forces in international peace and security operations. The triple lock has, as the name suggests, three components: (i) government