It would be unkind, but not untrue, to observe that after the fall of the Cowen-Gormley administration, Barry Andrews should be used to operating in war zones.
So there's Barry Andrews, formerly a junior minister in the much misunderstood last Fianna Fáil-led government, popping up on the news over in the Middle East in his new role as chief executive of the charity Goal (*see The Sunday Interview with Barry Andrews on page 15*).
It would be slightly unkind - but not entirely untrue - to observe that after the fall of the Cowen-Gormley administration, Barry should be used to operating...
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