Lise Hand: Croker's out but Curragh is an odds-on bet
Published 24/06/2010 | 05:00
It took a minute to actually figure out what he was saying. The Taoiseach had just emerged from his first formal sit-down in Downing Street with Britain's brand-new shiny prime minister David Cameron, and he was going all 'Sex and the City', talking about the "transformation of the relationship" between Blighty and the Auld Sod, and taking it to a new level.
The new level it seemed, included "normal courtesies involving the exchange of visits by heads of state".
What? Was he talking about herself ... nah, surely not.