TERRY PRONE: When moribund body language threatens to derail the bus debate

You don’t often get Government ministers casting dead bodies in the path of senior civil servants, but Robert Watt had barely finished an expository sentence on an interesting transport-related topic when Shane Ross made with the dead bodies. 

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