Thursday September 24, 2020


Ireland has lost an irreplaceable friend

29th August, 2009

The passing of Senator Ted Kennedy leaves a gap as wide as Dunloe for Irish America and the Irish government.

Unless they seriously up their game, the Kennedy era will be seen as the zenith of Ireland’s influence on Capitol Hill and in Washington.

The welcome mat was always out in office number 317 in the Russell Senate Office Building where Kennedy presided. Everyone over the years, from county councillors to Northern Ireland...

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