Monday 26 February 2018

Laws of State, not church, all that matter

Maurice Dooley wastes no time in going for the jugular. In his opening paragraph (Irish Independent, March 16) he states: "The media have been very successful in the past year. . . in forcing resignations of politicians for perceived transgressions of political correctness."

I am at a loss to recall any politician that resigned over a matter of political correctness, but I am grateful to the press for keeping a weather eye on those who hold political office. Nobody else seems to be able to perform that function at the moment.

Once upon a time, we could depend on the church to perform such a function. Alas no more.

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