The dangers of live television. pic.twitter.com/8VSAz9NRcx
— Fintan O’Toolbox (@FintanOToolbox) January 14, 2021
Ocean FM writez:
Villages in rural Ireland with 300 families could voluntarily restrict themselves to 30 cars per village and share transport needs…
That’s the suggestion of Green Party leader, Eamon Ryan, speaking on Ireland AM on Virgin Media One this morning, challenged by presenter, Ciara Doherty….
Via Ocean FM
There are no words…
— Virgin Media News (@VirginMediaNews) October 11, 2018
Ireland AM on Virgin Media 1.
Leo Varadkar: “I can accept how the optics are problematic and perception does matter in politics and, of course, in business, too. But, as I said, Denis [Naughten] is going to be in the Dáil this afternoon. He’s going to clarify all those aspects and I’d like to give him the opportunity to do that first.
“You know, a lot of the time, people also jump to conclusions and rush to judgement and I wouldn’t like that to happen.”
Mark Cagney: “Do you have confidence in him?”
Varadkar: “In Denis? I do, yes.”
Cagney: “OK, so there won’t be a resignation any time soon? And if Fianna Fáil come looking for his head?”
Leo Varadkar: “Well…that’s up to them, obviously, I can’t speak for Fianna Fáil.”
“…Well I asked him [Naughten] to come and see me last night so actually, last night, we had a meeting, went through these issues, asked the kind of questions that you’re asking me now and he’s to come back to me with a few more answers.”
Mark Cagney: “And you’re satisfied?”
Varadkar: “So far, yes.”
Mr Naughten will make a statement and take questions on his contacts with David McCourt in the Dáil at 3pm.
More as we get it.
Yesterday: The Birthday Party