De Sunday Papers

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MORE to folly

Thanks Paul Murphy (Irish Sun On Sunday); Frank Fitzgibbon (The Sunday Times); Martin Breen (The Sunday Life); Gillian Nellis (The Sunday Business Post); Neil Henderson (UK covers)

Covers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie

7 thoughts on “De Sunday Papers

  1. Zarathustra

    By today’s rules and standards, there are some politically incorrect nursery rhymes on the free DVD the Irish Mail are giving away in their paper tomorrow; how times have changed.

    1. The Old Boy

      I certainly remember “Polly Wolly Doodle” having a rather suspect verse when I was a lad.

  2. Truth in the News

    Independent taking a low profile on Siteserv, no banner headlines on the
    issue of the write down, just concentrating on Dukes and DoF rather than
    stating the ovious, how did Dennis O’Brien end up with Siteserv, if he has
    so much money, why did he not pay the full whack….105 Million more
    Dukes was on the RTE Radio 1 Saturday business programme, he did’nt
    tell us either, incidently RTE had no pre-program publicity that Dukes was
    due to appear…..ah the art of spin,

  3. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    I want to comment on “They also serve” but the option is gone.

    This deals with the Aussie sports journalist who uses the free speech that those who don’t like what he says, don’t want him to use (he questions the myth of Gallipoli and ANZAC):
    https://storify.com/number86/geoff-lemon-on

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