31 thoughts on “Saturday’s Papers

  1. Lilly

    Anyone looking for a good film over what promises to be a wet weekend, Ken Loach’s Sorry We Missed You is excellent. At 83 years of age, he’s better than ever.

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    1. Rosette of Sirius

      Well. One would argue that it’s her way of protecting her interested. Like all trough and bottom feeders.

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    1. GiggidyGoo

      And Doherty let the cat out of the bag when she said ‘There are 15 vulnerable women today who now need to find a permanent home’.In other words, Achill was to be their permanent home.
      That, and the sly attempt to try have us believe that the original plan was for women only to go to Achill. The original figure was 70+ people to be sent there.
      All to an unsuitable accommodation.
      And Flanagan doesn’t have an issue recruiting ‘Alt Right’ and ‘insidious’ folk to his own cause. Brandon Arrey.

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          1. Rob_G

            Hasn’t really been any evidence proffered to dispute; merely asking GG as to where he came across this extraordinary claim.

          2. Man On Fire

            “extraordinary claim..”

            Its not really.. as shown, there’s 20 rooms with 3 people per room.

          3. Rob_G

            Well, it’s ‘extraordinary’ because the only official figure relating to the number of people being provided accommodation on Achill that I have seen is 13.

            Given that no-one has posted any evidence in support of this ’70+’ figure, I think it is safe to say that it remains in the realm of the extraordinary for the time being.

          4. Rob_G

            Again, there has been zero evidence provided to support it, so while the claim might not be extraordinary in and of itself, it is an extraordinary claim to make in this specific context – hope that clears things up for you ;)

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Has the Boy Harris been made aware of the state of mental health circumstances in the south east yet? With all of his photo shoots, pumpkinland being the latest, maybe his ‘staff’ are forgetting to keep him updated.
    Boy Failure

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  3. Formerly Known As @ireland.com

    Always good to see England lose, especially when they think they already have it won. England heroes inspire the nation! What now, dreary Brexit!

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    1. Peter Dempsey

      South Africa’s win is a victory for apartheid. They badly need a Mugabe type figure to sort out the horrid Afrikaaaaaaaners

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  4. f_lawless

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/albertonardelli/intelligence-report-russia-no-interference-brexit
    Article published yesterday: “The UK’s intelligence agencies have found no evidence that the Russian state interfered in the outcome of the Brexit referendum and the 2017 general election”
    What are the bets that this story won’t be dwelt upon? We’re probably past peak Russophobia now, but I remember not too long ago at it’s height even certain commenters here seemed to be convinced of Russian involvement in Brexit.

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