Michel comes on strong with sweet nothings and a cúpla focal
It will take more than Seamus Heaney quotes to get us out of this state of chassis
Michel Barnier knows how to play to the gallery.
In the Oireachtas this week, the EU’s Brexit negotiator made a great show of it, even trotting out a few lines of Irish for the locals.
Most likely he was not, when rehearsing his speech and consulting his Gaeilgoirs, informed of the word plámás, but it was clearly at the heart of his efforts.
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