Let the three Irelands each vote for the President
The Irish diaspora is more than people in Guinness hats watching reruns of The Quiet Man. It can be a source of strength, influence and prosperity for the people of Ireland
It’s something of a daily chore, pronouncing my surname. Invariably, to English eyes, it reads: ‘Meagre’ or ‘Meay-gher’. Occasionally, an Irish voice in a doctor’s surgery or wherever will get it right first time, but it’s a rarity. The sheer number of people called ‘Maher’ across Britain is testament to how many of my clan have clearly given up the ghost.
But for those of us who do care, the correct pronunciation...
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