Meanwhile, At UCD

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Last night.

University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4

President of the European Council Donald Tusk  became an Honorary member of University College Dublin (UCD) Law society.

Mr Tusk gave a speech addressing his vision of Europe, Politics and Brexit , the future of European integration beyond the completion of the Monetary and Banking Union and his personal experience as a student political activist in Poland.

Mr Tusk told the audience (including Louise Hogan, Law Society auditor, top):

“I don’t like Brexit. Actually, that’s an understatement: I believe Brexit is one of the saddest moments in twenty first-century European history. In fact, sometimes I am even furious about it.”

Get him.

EU’s Donald Tusk Says He’s Sometimes Furious About Brexit (Bloomberg)

Sam Boal/RollingNews

Meanwhile…

Last night.

Ulster Hall, Belfast

The Freedom of the City of Belfast is bestowed by Lord Mayor Nuala McAllister (left) on former US President Bill Clinton and Senator George Mitchell, both in town to mark the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement

Kelvin Boyes/Press Eye

8 thoughts on “Meanwhile, At UCD

  1. snowey

    good old donald tusk , a man who doesn’t believe in a democratic mandate if it goes about doctrine.
    Even tried to shaft his own people over their failure to “get with the program” ,,always the sign of a crazed zealot,. I always see similarity between rabid europhiles and Scientology in the way they attack people who question them.

  2. Jimmey_russell

    YES thank you mr Tusk, brexit was RACIST a bigoted majority hijacked democracy away from the people, hopefully his presence here will remind our leaders not to have any stupid designs on an Irish exit, without the EU we are NOTHING, we need to remember our place inside the EU and shut down voices from the far right that call it a bloated monolith of corruption and bureaucracy.

    1. michael walsh

      Forelock tugging crawler like the Bert, Edna,Gilmore and Baldy.N, and Phil (i walk on water) Hogan

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