Tag Archives: Republic of Ireland

From our embedded correspondent somewhere near Punchestown*

Down on Dylan via Motorola I asked regular contributor Geraldine how she was. The first reply was words to the effect of ‘not as bad as some considering what the government have done,’ (actually put in the charming expression: ‘Ireland … Continue reading

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Happy days for Mighty Potters

Spurs 0-1 Stoke City. It don’t happen too often. That was the first win at WHL since 1975, and only the second in history. Glenn Whelan, who always looks like someone dragged him out of bed half an hour ago … Continue reading

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