Is there a spin doctor in the house?

Electricity pylons Ireland

If anyone in this country truly needs an overpaid special advisor it’s incoming Eirgrid chairman John O’Connor, who in his new role will oversee the upgrading of Ireland’s energy infrastructure including the erection of over 3000 new electricity pylons.

When questioned by the Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications on whether he would like to live beside such a pylon, he responded “I wouldn’t like to live close to a pylon, but who would?” Where was the spin, misdirection and prevarication we have come to expect from more seasoned campaigners? Clearly he needs some coaching.

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One Response to Is there a spin doctor in the house?

  1. mememe2u says:

    He wouldn’t oversee an erection in a “specialised” Soho cinema…

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