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MORE to folly.

Thanks Neil Henderson (UK covers); Ronan Casey (Westmeath Topic); Colm Heaney (The Irish Mirror); Patrick Conboy (The Longford Leader); Enda Bolger (The Irish Sun); Dermot Ahern (The Irish Sun).

Covers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

15 thoughts on “De Wednesday Papers

  1. JimmyTheFish

    Is Childline the charity that has Ryan Tubridy advertising for them and promises that 3.20 out of every 4 euros you give them will go to services, or is it some other charity? Where does the other 20% go to?

      1. Kin Kong Ovo

        And should they offer a lower salary they will attract a lower standard of CEO.
        Simple fact that every single moaner forgets.

        1. Alfred E. Neumann

          Charity donations have fallen off severely since the Rehab scandal. One of the reasons is the perception that too much of the money goes to the people who run them.

          Capping salaries and making an issue of it would probably do more for their balance sheet than an expensive CEO, who is such good value for her 3,000 a week that they can’t afford to keep their phones on.

    1. fosull

      VAT primarily. All service providers (Vodafone, 3, etc.) used to cover it as a donation, but s few changes their minds at the start of 2014. Unavoidable cost charities face.

  2. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    Where are all the RWNJs? Are they defending their torturers and liers, today? Making up stories about bombing plots to justify their war crimes, scum! I look forward to seeing them at the Hague.

  3. Spaghetti Hoop

    I support Childline and child protection 100% – but was photoshopping a child’s face to show a mutilation really necessary?

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