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Galway City Tribune Feb 13

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More to folly.

Thanks Enda Bolger (The Irish Sun); Enda Cunningham (The Galway City Tribune); Mick Crowley (The Irish Times); Dermot Ahern (The Irish Examiner); Colm Heaney (The Irish Mirror); Meliosa Fitzgibbon (The Irish Daily Mail)

Covers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

9 thoughts on “De Friday Papers

    1. The Old Boy

      Never, I hope. As an Irishman raised in a rather more conservative age, my early jaunts to London were quite a shock to the system. Bless ’em all.

  1. Cluster

    While success in the same-sex marriage referendum is far from certain, it is quite heartening to see men like Pat Carey challenge the attitudes of Fianna Fail which to all intents and purposes is still an agrarian party with a tendency towards reactionary hostility to social change. As Olivia O’Leary recently pointed out, these are the type of people who will help change hearts and minds, not the commentariat of twitter or the hardline Roman Catholic right. Ordinary people not the usual suspects.

  2. Lu

    Is it just me or does that photo of Elaine Crowley exonerate VIP yesterday?
    I thought it was bad photoshop – I was wrong.

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