Wednesday September 23, 2020

It wouldn’t have happened in Helmut Kohl’s day. . .

Dermot Ahern let the cat out of the bag last week, reflecting the true attitude in government circles to those we call our European partners.

4th December, 2010

Dermot Ahern let the cat out of the bag last week, reflecting the true attitude in government circles to those we call our European partners.

Given similar statements from Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore, that attitude appears to be shared across the political spectrum.

We are not thankful recipients of our partners’ aid. Here at least the political elite are at one with the majority of the economic commentariat who have emerged over the last...

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