No Tickets Required

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Anne-Marie McNally, of the Social Democrats, writes:

“This is a come-along event, no tickets required, all welcome on the evening. We’ll be talking about how we can and should do things differently – how do we make politics serve the people rather than the golden circle of the same faces and names that keep cropping up; and how do we develop and implement proper transparency with real accountability in a way that allows people to trust the system? I’ll open up, Catherine Murphy will speak, followed by Fintan O’Toole, then I’ll close.”

Previously: Someday My Prints Will Come

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31 thoughts on “No Tickets Required

  1. scottser

    how do we make politics serve the people rather than the golden circle of the same faces and names that keep cropping up?

    *raises hand
    ooh, ooh, miss..is it ‘marginal tax rate of 23%’?

    1. Anne

      As I say to my 3 year old nephew when he tell me his favourite aunty isn’t me… That’s the wrong answer, what’s the right answer. And we keep going till he gets it right.

        1. Anne

          ah no, we have a laugh with that one for a while..
          The right answer comes quicker if I have sweets though I’ve noticed.

    2. Disasta

      I thought people going into politics went into it for a cause of belief.

      Now I think its people interested in politics and interested in a handy number.

  2. bisted

    …you should stick up a few posters to generate awareness of this wonderful p̶e̶r̶s̶o̶n̶ event…

  3. shitferbrains

    Irish people love talking about corruption, because that’s the other fella. Incompetence, which just might be yourself, rarely gets an airing.

    1. MoyestWithExcitement

      Yes, it’s this marketing graduate’s fault that a friend of the ruling party has won several contracts from them.

  4. Saint Paul

    “Spa” Hotel eh?

    As Saint Paul’s French cousin Sainte-Jacques would say ‘le mot juste’

  5. john

    can you stop plugging this woman please! between this lady and leather jacket guy i am getting fed up with Broadsheet.

    1. Saint Paul

      Saint Paul figures broadsheet can post this type of rabble rousing tub thumping irrelevance if it pleases.

  6. perricrisptayto

    ” rather than the golden circle of the same faces and names that keep cropping up”
    Nearly got me there till i saw Tintins name at the end.

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