Tag: politics

Government Hire Hypnotist To Convince Nation There Is No Homelessness Problem

ON THE FOOT of the Taoiseach’s recent assertion that Ireland’s homeless levels are actually remarkably low and something to be proud of, the government’s newly installed Communications Unit has hired a hypnotist to convince the Irish public homelessness ‘isn’t even a thing’. “We’re just conscious of the fact that many members of the public are… Read more »

“So No Chance Of That Trip To North Korea Then, No?”

INDEPENDENT Alliance minister John Halligan has renewed calls for himself and four other TDs to visit North Korea on a peace mission, stating he “could do with the break from Irish politics right now”. The Minister of State’s request comes after recent revelations unearthed an inappropriate interview in which Mr. Halligan asked a female civil… Read more »

How To Draw The Perfect Penis On Your Ballot Paper

As part of WWN’s extensive coverage of the 2016 general we are addressing the issue of spoiling your vote. Many disgruntled and disillusioned voters will choose to arrive at a polling station today only to spoil their vote. Political commentators see it as a controversial step to take, sighting the act as a slight on… Read more »

Duffy’s Circus To Host Banking Inquiry

Despite the commencement of the banking inquiry some way off, the media storm continues apace as dissenting political voices queue up to share their doubts over its feasibility. The banking inquiry has made steady headlines this last week as the public have been witness to endless twists and turns and ceaseless, selfless politicking. The latest… Read more »

Government To Return Medical Cards In Exchange For Votes

The HSE will now review the process which saw discretionary medical cards revoked from a number of patients with serious illnesses but many have accused the Government of engaging in a cynical political ploy. A Government insider revealed that the updated process may well involve seriously ill citizens give the majority coalition partner, Fine Gael,… Read more »