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John Moran: ‘The first night I attended a function with my partner... I doubt we would have been there without Leo’s courage’

Varadkar represents a new generation of politicians that gives us hope for our shared values and for the future

4th June, 2017
John Moran's hope for the future

Today, June 4, 2017, is another day we are proud to be Irish. Days ago, the US president outrageously rejected science and the shared commitments of most nations of the world to work together to make the planet a better place for future generations.

By stark contrast, Ireland reminds the world that it rejects the exclusionary and self-interested paths chosen by the leaders of the two countries who have influenced our island most for centuries.

Bizarrely, much...

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