Meanwhile, In The Round Room



This afternoon.

The Dublin Wax Museum

The Mansion House, Dublin 2.

Former taoisigh Bertie Ahern and Brian Cowen at a conference covering the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement and its future under Brexit.

The half-day conference, compered by Olivia O’Leary, focused on the role the Northern Ireland peace settlement has so far played in the Brexit negotiations.

It’s not a caption competition unless you insist.

Any excuse


Saturday: That Seemed To Go Well


Former Taoiseach John Bruton (left) joins the chat.



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22 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In The Round Room

  1. david

    And for the life of me I could not see the relevance of john Bruton on the stage as his government with DL nearly screwed it up
    Maybe the relevance is the present KAPO administration of fine Gael and their independents led by little Leo verruca and his Ireland’s got talent cabinet are going to repeat history

    1. Bob

      Ah but sure it isn’t like Fianna Fail leader Michael Martin had anything to do with it.

      Oh wait, no. Nevermind.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      “These are not the “digouts” you’re looking for.”

      A scaldy, dripping pox of the pair of them.

    2. Cloud

      To mark the occasion, Biffo held up a glow in the dark globe and shouted


  2. Frilly Keane

    look at the photo of the two bhoys there
    Could they lean any further away from each other

  3. ahjayzis

    Half a million a year between them this year, and every year, until they die wealthy men.

    It’s such a coincidence that the people who run our society, never have to live in our society every again when they’re finished.

  4. Anomanomanom

    When the best thing that can be said about you is “ah he was very bad at his job but, at least he wasnt corrupt” then you should not be up there talking. I’ll let you decide which one that’s relevant for.

  5. Nodin

    Surprised Brutons not off celebrating the Royal birth across the water. The other two look like they’re wary of being served with a writ from someone down the front.

  6. michael walsh

    If these three ”destroyers (not forgetting Emperor Charles) Ireland”, ever had one single thought in their heads, it would have died of loneliness.

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