De Wednesday Papers



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Thanks Mick Crowley (Irish Times); Dermot Ahern (Irish Examiner); Meliosa Fitzgibbon (Irish Daily Mail) Tanya O’Neill (Celtic Media Group); Nick Sutton (UK covers); Patrick Conboy (Longford Leader); Enda Bolger (Irish Sun); Colm Heaney (Irish Mirror).

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22 thoughts on “De Wednesday Papers

  1. Soundings

    24 hours after the Irish Examiner reported that those who returned their uncompleted water registration packs with “no contract no consent” written on them, are part of the 800,000 which Irish Water claim represent the number of returned packs, the media hasn’t yet challenged Irish Water about what is essentially a brazen lie.

    1. Alfred E. Neumann

      That is hilarious. Do we know how many of the “returned” packs weren’t filled in?

      “Great news, my lord. The streets are filled with people chanting your name.”
      “They’re saying Kill Henry.”
      “Well, let’s not get bogged down in the details.”

    1. martco

      exactly what I thought

      permanent my hole

      Gemma Hussey & Rabitte in the headlights were on Primetime last night, politicking away talking over everyone and Rabitte even denied his famous lying to get elected gaffe….simply not credible, simple as that

      protest on the 10th and use your vote come GE

      1. Alfred E. Neumann

        He denied it on the fairly sound grounds that he didn’t say it, as you can see even on the truncated clip that everyone uses.

        1. martco

          heh yeah…


          shure I suppose isn’t that what you tend to do during an election

          marching on the 10th & using my vote

          1. Original Cynic

            Rabbitte telling us that if we didn’t pay water charges that (shock horror) “restaurants would close”. Hilarious.

          2. Rugbyfan

            you’ll probably find the next lot voted in will be as bad..pre-election promises, broken once in power.

  2. munkifisht

    Wow, can almost see if Valerie Trierweiler shaves or not. Well done Daily Telegraph, red top in all but colour.

    1. Cool_Hand_Lucan

      Their front page story is to be commended though. It seems like Elm Guest House is a can of worms that many powerful people don’t want open.

      1. Formerly known as

        If FATHER Brendan Smyth was able to get away with murder, it seems likely that Tory MPs can. I hope the truth comes out, soon.
        It seems that the most powerful organisations – RCC, Tories, IRA – abused children. It is shocking stuff.

        1. Alfred E. Neumann

          I’ve no doubt you’re right. It seems very likely that Jimmy Savile was a murderer too.

          That one of Jean McConville’s sons was abused by Fr Brendan Smyth is the most horrifying vignette of modern Ireland.

      1. Alfred E. Neumann

        I hope you spewed them in a long arc over your head and into a bowl perched on your buttocks. It is a fitting tribute to her work.

        1. Clampers Outside!

          Next week she’ll be writing about the sexualisation of teens and she won’t see the connection at all in giving air to any KK nonsense story….. like a Concorde-whoooooooshhhh over her head.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      I’m still proud of the fact that I haven’t a clue or who or what is Kim Kardashian. Unfortunately that’s not the case with Fiona Looney.

  3. DazBaz

    The PPS numbers that Irish Water has collected “will be destroyed”. Or, in less dramatic terms, deleted.

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