Gilmore’s got talent, but can he drive his party to top spot?
Backroom was sorry to see Britain’s Got Talent back on our screens on Saturday nights.
Backroom was sorry to see Britain’s Got Talent back on our screens on Saturday nights. Not because it has replaced the Coliseum as avenue in which innocent, helpless and hapless people get slaughtered (if only verbally),but because it probably resulted in a smaller audience for Eamon Gilmore’s compelling speech at the Labour conference in Galway last week.
Although the pace of delivery was somewhat erratic, Gilmore very successfully achieved two...
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