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The hardest word

Apologising has become an expensive business in this country. First up, the Taoiseach graciously issued a heartfelt apology to the former residents of Magdalene Laundries. That opened the floodgates of redress and the state is footing the bill for claims … Continue reading

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Minority Report

While it may be true that the measure of a society lies in how it treats its minorities, it might also be worth considering how minorities treat us back. Consciousness of racial discrimination has reached such a heightened state in … Continue reading

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