Saturday 22 July 2017

Enda the only 'certainty' in uncertain times

It almost went unnoticed during the week that Mr Kenny plans a long political life in the Dáil. He is seen here with Étáin Sweeney Keogh during her 'Girl Takeover' organised by Plan International Ireland on the UN International Day of the Girl Photo: Maxwells
It almost went unnoticed during the week that Mr Kenny plans a long political life in the Dáil. He is seen here with Étáin Sweeney Keogh during her 'Girl Takeover' organised by Plan International Ireland on the UN International Day of the Girl Photo: Maxwells

Gerard O'Regan

Well, it's been a week of uncertainty on a number of fronts, but of one thing we can be sure. Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan did not have a bridesmaid on her wedding day.

And equally definite is that the long-running involvement of the current generation of the Ó Sé clan with the Kerry football team has come to an end, with the decision by Marc to finally bring down the curtain on his career.

And we know that a certain Robert Allen Zimmerman, more commonly referred to as Bob Dylan, has begged the Nobel Prize for literature. He may not exactly be a Samuel Beckett or a Seamus Heaney, but the lyrics of such anthems as 'Blowing in the Wind' obviously did the trick.

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