Friday November 27, 2020

Ahern can’t stop selling us the same old story

Bertie Ahern’s book is a great read. Lots of bile, mainly directed at former colleagues. Insights into his closeness to his mother, how religious practice is very much part of his routine, his emotional self-control, his work ethic.

17th October, 2009

Bertie Ahern’s book is a great read. Lots of bile, mainly directed at former colleagues. Insights into his closeness to his mother, how religious practice is very much part of his routine, his emotional self-control, his work ethic.

Good stuff on the Good Friday Agreement negotiations, his triumph as president of Europe in getting agreement among heads of state to a new constitution, his relationships with Charles Haughey (not very close), Albert Reynolds...

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