Leaders’ Questions is usually something of a theatrical affair in the Dáil. Like its counterpart in the UK, Prime Minister’s Question Time, it has an element of “Punch and Judy” to it, although perhaps without the rowdiness of our British neighbours. As central as it is to Irish politics, it can seem timid and boring. […]
Is Gerry Adams telling the whole truth about his involvement with the McConville murder and his connections to the IRA? Callum Jenkins plumbs the murky depths of the Troubles.