On the abolition of weak and feeble law…

The controversy over the Republic’s supreme court decision seems to be dying down as the Oireachtas cancels its ten day Bank Holiday break, to… well, after today there won’t be that much to do. As I type the new laws are being debated has been debated in both Houses (and passed). The previous loophole is now closed. Over on the Guardian site, I’ve laid out my thoughts on the onward grind the Republic’s written Constitution on weak and feeble laws of the past.

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