What Will The Neighbours Say?

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This afternoon.

Tanaiste Leo Varadkar urges a school re-opening policy that won’t make us look bad to other countries.

Fine Gael.

Never change.

15 thoughts on “What Will The Neighbours Say?

  1. Nigel

    It reflects badly on us that so many of our schools are feckin’ prefabs, so maybe make the decision based on public health rather than how good or bad it looks. The Chargers and Giggys will still hate you either way.

    1. Charger Salmons

      I don’t hate you Nigel.Pity is the word that spring to mind.
      I bet you’re a dry old stick on an evening out.
      ” My round,I’ll get ’em in lads.Stinging nettle and compost heap smoothies coming up.Then I reckon another sing-song.I’ll start off with Kumbaya my Lord “

  2. Formerly known as @ireland.com

    Geeze, keeping the schools closed won’t be as embarassing as that statement.

  3. Vanessanelle

    I know more people know Leo than our current Minister for Ed

    But shurely it’s Norma Foley’s job to take questions about what’s going on with the schools, alongside the lads on the NPET team

    Like parents need to know now, books uniforms, after school v work/ job share arrangements
    WTF like
    They’ve already made a hames of the leaving cert – students and their parents don’t know whether they’re going to UCD or Carlow IT

    Christ t’night
    Staycation tax credits isn’t going to plamaus anyone

    1. Liam Deliverance

      Yes Alan Kelly was giving out stink today at leaders questions, to Varadkar, about the answers she, Foley, gave to Aodhan O’ Reardon, he insisted that she should be in the house next week for many questions.

  4. Dr.Fart

    imagine thinking what other countries think of Ireland being more important than the actual lives of Irish people.

    1. Charger Salmons

      Yes, it’s just like being more concerned about what goes on in another country than Ireland

      Heh x WINKY-WOO

    2. italia'90

      Perception is always more important than reality to psychopathic grifters and sycophantic boot lickers, not just in Irish politics. That seems to be the way of the world right now unfortunately – sigh

  5. George

    The man just isn’t a team player. Constantly goes on solo runs and undermines colleagues. He used to do this before he was Taoiseach and now he’s back at it.

  6. Jokel

    The only way schools can be reopened is on an individual basis with an inspection of the conditions the children an teachers will be expected to work in! The appalling neglect and lack of investment in basic school infrastructure (hot water, adequate toilet facilities etc.) coupled with overcrowding in classrooms is coming back to bite us!
    What other sector is being FORCED to gather without any safe distancing and without any respiratory protection?
    Visions of the thousands of children being picked up by their grand parents come to mind.
    If you want to compare the reopening of schools to other countries then look at the criteria they used and don’t just blindly ignore the safety of all involved.
    Yes – open the schools but do it properly or pay the price!

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