Landlords of Leinster House declare interests
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams receives a pension from the Queen of England. The ghosts of nationalists past must be haunting his Donegal holiday home.
The last republican standing in Limerick, Fianna Fail's Willie O'Dea, is a director of - and a shareholder in - a UK company called 'Union Jack Oil'. The party's founder, Eamon de Valera, must be rotating in Glasnevin cemetery.
Ten Labour Party TDs (one-third of the parliamentary party) are landlords or landowners. James Connolly would have imploded.