They’re Back

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This afternoon.

Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2,

Fianna Fáil TDs, from left: Housing Spokesperson Darragh O Brien and Fianna Fail Finance Spokesperson Michael McGrath and Seanad Leader Catherine Ardagh speak to the media on the plinth about Brexit and scheduled Local Property Tax revaluations likely to arise through out the upcoming Dáil term.

Meanwhile…

This afternoon.

Leinster House, Dublin 2

Labour Party Leader, Brendan Howlin (centre) and members of the Labour Parliamentary Party, Senator Kevin Humphreys (first right), Senator Ged Nash (second right) and Jan O Sullivan speak to the media on the plinth about Brexit and “other” issues.

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Meanwhile…

This afternoon.

Ceann Comhairle Sean O Fearghaíl grapples with a vintage jalopy during the launch of the Dáil 100 Centenary programme.

Name that make and model, anyone?

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8 thoughts on “They’re Back

  1. Truth in the News

    What about Publishing the Democratic Programme of the First Dail and one might also
    ask why Ford pulled out of Cork a couple of years later…..Model T and all, would
    Collins have let them go over to Dagenham.

    1. Frilly Keane

      Ford’s didn’t shut down the Cork plant until the 80s
      The Orion was the last model to leave the Cork Production Line

      Btw Dagenham was the Ford Motor Company
      And was responsible for parts
      The foundry being the main centre of its industry
      And of course the infamous ‘Sewing Room’
      The upholstery Shop
      …. RIP xxxx and others

      Parts for their plants around the world
      So a strike
      Of which they were many
      And many more
      Had the potential to stall production lines all over the world

      Yeah I know
      I just Couldn’t that that tripe stay up without defending my roots

      BTW
      Happy New Year everyone
      All the best for the rest of it

      1. Frilly Keane

        But since we’re all about Truth in someone’s News

        It’s only fair to add that Ford’s did recruit from its Cork facility for their Romford – Dagenham plant as it came on line
        Which is why the Cork Dagenham thing
        Is actually a thing

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