OK, Charlie, You’re Next

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Fianna Fáil’s Charlie McConalogue (top right) with Micheal Martin and former Minister for Agriculture Barry Cowen in 2016;  McConalogue is the third person to take on the role of Minister for Agriculture since the Government came to power in June.

This afternoon.

Via RTÉ News:

Fianna Fáil’s Charlie McConalogue has been nominated as the new Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine in the Dáil this afternoon. James Browne will succeed Mr McConalogue as Minister of State at the Department of Justice….

Charlie McConawhonow?

McConalogue was born in October 1977 and is from Gleneely in Co Donegal.

From a farming background, he was educated at Carndonagh Community School before going on to study at UCD where he studied Economics, Politics and History.

Mr McConalogue became involved in politics in UCD.

After working in Fianna Fáil’s headquarters for a number of years, as well as working abroad in Australia, he returned home to work on the family farm in Donegal.

In 2009, he ran for political office when he was elected to Donegal County Council. He was elected a TD for Donegal North East in 2011.

McConalogue to succeed Calleary in agriculture post (RTÉ)

Meanwhile….

This afternoon.

The Dáil at the Convention Centre, Dublin returns.

From top: Taoiseach Michael Martin; Green Party ministers Eamon Ryan and Catherine Martin; Fianna Fáil TD Damine English; RISE TD Paul Murphy and Sinn Fein’s Louise O Reilly TD.

Rollingnews

Meanwhile…

Don’t mind us.

Fianna Fáil TD Niall Collins

Flip flopper.

Rollingnews

13 thoughts on “OK, Charlie, You’re Next

  1. eamonn

    Single use Mask by Eamonn “rees mogg” Ryan ?
    riddle me that.
    What is it they say speaks louder than words ?

    1. Fergalito

      Kinda petty but sure that’s the world we live in now.

      You can’t scratch your behind but someone is telling you that you’re using the wrong finger …

      1. f_lawless

        It’s the government who created this environment. It’s only natural to point out their hypocrisy and the ridiculousness of it all.

        Martin definitely isn’t bothered with observing social distancing guidelines in that first picture.

    1. bisted

      …fairplay to Mehole…all the FFers should get their feet under the Cabinet Table before he has to hand over to the third place blueshirts…a masterclass in gombeenism…

  2. H

    I hope Niall Collins has a driver, sliders are not suitable footwear for driving and you can be fined in the UK for wearing them while driving.

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