Sunday May 31, 2020

Time for Kenny and Gilmore to get their political act together

The week didn’t start well for our Taoiseach, exposed for being, at best, forgetful and, at worst, downright misleading. In the process, the Taoiseach has taken his first serious direct hit since assuming office.

16th July, 2011

The week didn’t start well for our Taoiseach, exposed for being, at best, forgetful and, at worst, downright misleading. In the process, the Taoiseach has taken his first serious direct hit since assuming office.

To be fair to the good voters of Roscommon, they can be forgiven for believing that what he said on the election stump was that their hospital emergency unit was going to be protected under his watch.

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