14 thoughts on “Monday’s Papers

  1. ce

    Children with delinquent Father rioting, burning, attacking police – what do you think Charger, maybe there’s a connection?

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  2. Charger Salmons

    Charger’s Jab Jibber-Jabber™

    ( Hat-trick edition )

    Whammy ! Another record-breaking day for the UK’s vaccine programme – the third consecutive one – with a massive 873,784 people getting jabbed on Super Saturday – that’s 1.3% of the entire population.
    I hereby christen it Sir Geoff Hurst Day™
    And what a week it has been.

    Mon: 440,051
    Tues: 529,119
    Wed: 581,855
    Thur: 660,276
    Frid : 711,156
    Sat : 873,784

    Once Sunday’s results are in well over 4 million people will have been vaccinated in a single week.
    Stunning figures.
    No wonder EU weasels like Von Der Leyen and her Irish mini-me Mairead McGuinness are so whiny about Blighty’s success.
    Two third-rate politicians appointed to positions far beyond their competence and ability in an organisation that stumbles from one vaccine calamity to another.

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    1. ce

      Deadbeat Dad relies of public health service intervention to sort out his problems while his children run wild in the streets, wrecking the place

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  3. GiggidyGoo

    Leaky Leo’s press gang turning on him. The Indo had an article yesterday with the headline ‘Leo the leak….’ and today the Examiner tells us that his leak has the party ‘in Turmoil’.
    A Criminal Investigation, and there’s Harris (who used to have sights on FG leadership) and Michilín with confidence in Varadkar. It’s unreal.
    Tick tock.

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    1. Geraldo

      Time running out for Vradkar, just another incompetent leader in a long line of incompetent leaders.
      Good riddance

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      1. millie bobby brownie

        It’s Varadkar. If you’re going to insult him, at least spell his name correctly. It doesn’t do you any favours, deliberately getting his name wrong like that.

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  4. GiggidyGoo

    All sorts of stuff being announced for Cork at the moment. Hundreds of millions involved. Must be an election on the way.
    Let’s see how many ways, over the coming years, that these same funds will be presented as ‘new’.

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  5. Charlie

    England finish with the Triple Crown wooden spoon and get beaten in style over the weekend. What a wonderful weekend. Get out and walk folks. Enjoy your week x

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