Monthly Archives For November 2010

Signs of significant change?

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If yesterday’s Paddy Power opinion poll is anything to go by, the result of next weeks Donegal South West by-election could herald a greater degree of electoral and political change than previously anticipated. 500 voters…

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From In The Museums

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From In The Museums in the money museum they have the skeleton of a fund manager his joints are wired like nature he articulates perfectly above our heads he swings like a fiscal acrobat over…

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The Pipe

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Risteard O’Dohmnaill’s film The Pipe encapsulates the balance of power in this shambolic republic – on the one hand the not inconsiderable determination and strength both personal and communal of ordinary people, and on the…

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UK DK @ CP HQ: PCPs

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Even their interior designer does not think much of the Tories!! I have no doubt that you share my bone-shivering outrage and anger and also fist-clenching teeth-grinding mouth-foaming hair-splitting frustration at the failures of the…

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A Job-Loss Recovery?

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When the CSO’s industrial production numbers were produced there was a sense among some commentary that at least this side of the economic equation is producing plus signs. But they might want to pause that…

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