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TDs Emit Loud ‘Oooooooh’ As Harris Asked To Stay Behind After Dáil Today

CEANN Comhairle Séan Ó’Fearghail had to restore order in Leinster House this morning after a chant of ‘you’re in trouble, you’re in trouble’ broke out among TDs, stemming from the Taoiseach’s request that Minister for Further Education Simon Harris ‘see him after Dáil’. It is believed that Micháel Martin, along with Vice Taoiseach Leo Varadkar… Read more »

Pathetic Newly Appointed Junior Minister Thinks He’s A Real Minister

AFTER MUCH controversy, dismay, infighting and ego-massaging the identities of the governments’ junior ministers are now known, with significant representation for the hitherto ignored West. However, there has been some concern that some newly installed junior ministers are under the impression they are actual minister ministers, prompting calls for the record to be set straight… Read more »

Healy-Raes Merge To Form One Super-TD

LEINSTER House has been put on high alert following reports that a huge amount of boiling, uncontrollable Kerry temper has caused the Healy-Rae brothers to fuse together to form one Super-TD, with enough political-savvy and shouting power to control the flow of politics in Ireland for a generation. Concerns were raised about the possibility of… Read more »

Varadkar Reluctantly Cancels Election Poster Photo Shoot

A SCHEDULED photo shoot with one of Ireland’s leading photographers was reluctantly cancelled by the Taoiseach’s office this afternoon following news that Tanaiste Frances Fitzgerald resigned from office “for the sake of the country”, thus avoiding a snap election. Sources confirmed that Leo Varadkar instructed staff to call the photographer and postpone the election poster… Read more »

Astonishing New Information Suggests Government Doesn’t Really Like Whistleblowers

NEW INFORMATION regarding the Tánaiste’s knowledge of the legal strategy to attack the credibility and motives of whistleblower Sergeant Maurice McCabe, suggests for the very first time that the government may view whistleblowers as a nuisance and not a key and integral part of improving institutions and eliminating corruption and malpractice. Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald first… Read more »