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Back Room: International political kudos is fine, but it never travels home

Enda Kenny at the G8 in Enniskillen last week was never going to compete with Bertie Ahern strutting across the sand dunes of Sea Island in Georgia in 2004.

22nd June, 2013

Enda Kenny at the G8 in Enniskillen last week was never going to compete with Bertie Ahern strutting across the sand dunes of Sea Island in Georgia in 2004. Bertie dazzled the cameras in his canary yellow trousers.

Anyone who has seen Behind the Candelabra, the new movie about Liberace, will have a sense of the effect. Let's just say it was of its moment. But the Bert did come home with an offer of the...

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