Tag: politics

Fianna Fáil Reveal Local Election Body Armour For Candidates

With local and European elections taking place on the 23rd of May this year, political advisers to Fianna Fáil are finally seeing their election strategy playing out in public. It is expected by most in the party that the local elections could see positive results. However, they are aware the public still harbours much hatred… Read more »

Election Canvassers Vow To Ignore “No Junk Mail” Stickers

Political canvassers for the upcoming Local and European elections have issued a promise to deliver pamphlets and literature through the letterboxes of every house in Ireland, regardless of “No Junk Mail” stickers. Spokespersons from all parties have issued statements confirming that their door-to-door campaigners can both see the letterplate stickers and have the intellectual capacity to read… Read more »

Garda Bugging Contains Over 400 Hours Of Calls To Takeaways

Although the Nation is still trying to wrap its head around yesterday’s revelations of Garda bugging further details are now emerging. We now know that the recording of ingoing and outgoing calls in the vast majority of Garda Stations has been occurring throughout the country unbeknownst to the Government and general public. The system was… Read more »

Putin Might Take Over Poland While He’s At It

Numerous media outlets are reporting Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has decided he might as well invade other countries while he’s at it. Following the successful annexation of Crimea it is believed Vladimir Putin has developed a fondness for entering sovereign nations and doing whatever he wants to do. “Well, we do have the whole… Read more »

Even Alan Shatter Is Surprised He’s Still Justice Minister

WWN can exclusively reveal that Minister for Justice Alan Shatter is at a loss to explain how exactly it is he has managed to remain in his current role. Following the publication of the Garda Inspectorate’s report on the penalty points scandal the vast majority of the Irish public presumed the Minister, along with Garda… Read more »