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Tánaiste’s wordlifulness is musicalism to our ears

If ‘‘the Taoiseach is not a morning person’’ was the statement of the week a fortnight ago, then there’s no doubt what was the statement of last week - it was Mary Coughlan’s announcement at the press conference to show that the Taoiseach was on the

25th September, 2010
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If ‘‘the Taoiseach is not a morning person’’ was the statement of the week a fortnight ago, then there’s no doubt what was the statement of last week - it was Mary Coughlan’s announcement at the press conference to show that the Taoiseach was on the job, er, to showcase the government’s new plans to attract Mr Johnny Foreigner to study in Ireland.

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