Was It For This?

at

WHAT!?!

The centre pole?

Anyone?

Thanks Mike O’Brien

Update
:

Oh.

15 thoughts on “Was It For This?

  1. Clampers Outside

    Irish ag first, then Europe as we’re in Europe, third is our closest neighbour, fourth recognises our long and strong relationship with the US…. And I have no idea what that is at the end, a brand flag for DAA I imagine.

    What’s the issue again?

  2. neil

    National flag should be flown in the centre if the poles are the same height, but the leftmost pole is higher, so that’s where the tricolour should be.

      1. Cian

        neil and Papi have conflicting views on flag layouts…

        This needs to be settled the old-fashioned way…

        1. Papi

          Flags at dawn? My protocol rules are for the flag being flown abroad, so I bow to superior knowledge if it’s different at home. We also have to have the EU one next, then host country.

  3. Papi

    “When displaying the flag, no flag should fly higher than the National Flag and it should be placed on the right of any formation, that is to the observers left.”
    DFA Protocol to Embassies and Consulates.

  4. Otis Blue

    Britain contributes over 40% of overseas visitors and generates around 24% of all overseas tourism revenue in Ireland. Specifically, that’s 4.75m visitors worth €1.4 billion to the economy of the island.

    Undoubtedly, Britain will remain an important tourism market for Ireland given the impact of the pandemic and the likelihood that few will travel to Ireland from other overseas destinations.

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