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    Default Hogan and the fat-cats/Get in the sewer with the rats

    A humorous article in the Indo today concerning Minister Hogan's visit to perform the official opening of the Shanganagh Wastewater Treatment Plant. It's a pity more reports are not as humourous. Enjoy!

    "IF ever a minister has become accustomed to metaphorical handfuls of the brown stuff whizzing towards the closest fan in his vicinity, that chap would be Phil Hogan."

    Fragrant Phil makes hasty exit before sewage hits fan
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    Phil must be due another trip to the sun once again.

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    They should have reversed the flow and pointed it a Trust Fund Richard.

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    Can't see the point of this thread at all, politically or otherwise. More likely to generate the type of substance the OP is chortling about.
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    How did the media actually manage to find Big Fill in the country ?

    With all his high flying, he is mostly abroad.
    Coveney's ambition is the be Ireland's next EU Commissar and Ireland will pay a price as he builds his CV to position himself sufficiently loyal to the nEU empire.

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    Oh but the quality of the protesters. I heard some of them on radio yesterday. Not exactly the sharpest tools in the shed

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    Quote Originally Posted by sic transit View Post
    Can't see the point of this thread at all, politically or otherwise. More likely to generate the type of substance the OP is chortling about.
    Sour type? It's a humorous political current affairs story - enjoy!

    "He spotted Javier Garrigues. "I didn't expect the Spanish ambassador to be here today, and his company is very welcome," said Phil. "But he shouldn't have bothered bringing the samba band," he joked."
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    He is on the radio, We should be honoured, before he hits to the sun again

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