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Anton Savage: A good old-fashioned election remains the only way to check the pulse of the nation

Sending thousands of political representatives to the doorsteps to actually listen to the views and feelings of the inhabitants is invaluable

13.06.2024 10

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Anton Savage: I look like a courier having a mid-life crisis, and it’s all Mary McAleese’s fault

I’m sure Vespas are cool in certain circumstances, but I’ve yet to figure out what those circumstances are

23.05.2024 40

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Anton Savage: Think public service broadcasting needs public money? Think again

The American broadcaster Edward R Murrow never received a cent of taxpayers’ money, but still provided a masterclass in quality journalism

17.05.2024 40

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Anton Savage: In praise of the Shannon cruise, and the life of an unhurried aquatic Hobbit

River cruises aren’t for everyone, but they are absolutely, positively for me

10.05.2024 10

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Anton Savage: Be yourself, follow your passion and other stupid pieces of advice

Moronic advice is everywhere, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t avoid it

01.05.2024 10

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Anton Savage: Misinformation is about to be turbo-charged, and we need to be ready for it

The crowdsourcing of truth may be popular with the likes of Elon Musk, but it will be a disaster for the rest of us

25.04.2024 20

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Anton Savage: Why CEOs need to ditch the data and start listening to whingeing grannies

Sending a chief executive to get shouted at in a call centre for half a day a week would have a far bigger impact on service quality than net promoter...

20.04.2024 10

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Anton Savage: It’s ‘do not resuscitate’ time for my old boots, and I’m not coping well

After two decades of faithful service my boots are facing oblivion, and that’s bad news for a sentimentalist like me

11.04.2024 40

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Anton Savage: ‘Make the bastard deny it’, and other attacks on democracy

We may find it funny when crackpot rumours cross over from social media to the mainstream, but we may not be laughing for long

30.03.2024 9

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Anton Savage: Kate Middleton has been badly let down by her communications team

The toxic deluge of gossip that was allowed to develop around an ill woman need never have developed

23.03.2024 10

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Anton Savage: So what if Kate Middleton and Michael McGrath are co-habiting your cortex?

Indulging the unimportant is not immoral, but entirely normal

21.03.2024 10

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Anton Savage: What a pensioner and a drug dealer taught me about the referendum result

Rather than trying to guess the electorate’s motivations, we should focus on understand the subtleties and nuance at play in their voting choices

16.03.2024 10

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Anton Savage: Want to win a referendum vote? It’s the principles, stupid

The government could learn a lot from a set of principles contained in one influential book

08.03.2024 20

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Anton Savage: I’d choo-choose to take the train, if only they made the experience a little more enjoyable

Part of the reason some of us may want shorter journey times may well be to lessen our exposure to this travel adventure

29.02.2024 30

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Anton Savage: Sinn Féin’s lofty promises may not survive taint of Realpolitik once in power

The party’s move into power-sharing means it will face questions about how it handles issues while actually in government

10.02.2024 30

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