Nadine O’Regan: Covid chaos in America is a warning to us here
The vaccine debate has made us all play judge and jury on each other, so it's time to feel grateful that our collective identity as Irish people has given us strength to combat the chaos
Did you ever wonder what it might feel like to be in government? No, me neither, but lately I've started to get a taster of what I imagine the various power-plays might involve. Recently, like most individuals who've delightedly had their vaccine, I’ve been taking every opportunity to get out, enjoy the sun, meet friends and family, and generally catch up on life. But there’s a problem: while we, in our household, would love to...
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