The Joan Collins Fan Club

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The Echo Chamber podcast.

Hosts Tony Groves and Martin McMahon (left) are joined in the ‘tortoise shack’ by Joan Collins, Independent TD for Dublin South Central.

Martin writes:

When the book is written on this age of austerity, Joan will be remembered as a constant voice for the ordinary citizen. Her challenging of the promissory note alone was a battle cry that rejected the “we are where we are” BS that is used to defend the many crises facing the country.

We discuss: The day Joan confronted outgoing Taoiseach Bertie Ahern; the worsening housing and homelessness emergency; what is next for the Irish Labour Party.; How close we really came to a Christmas election. And how, by having open conversations, the #RepealThe8th referendum can be won.

Not sure there’s any strong language, for once!

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8 thoughts on “The Joan Collins Fan Club

  1. Bertie Blenkinsop

    At first glance I thought Mary Byrne and Christy Dignam had brought out a Christmas single….

  2. b

    I thought Joan Collins only joined the promissory note case post the High Court stage when it was ruled that David Hall had no case as he wasn’t a TD and they needed someone to carry it to the Supreme court

  3. Anomanomanom

    Maybe they should have asked her about giving family members jobs, after giving out about nepotism.

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