Friday 20 January 2017

Enda and Joan dare to speak of 1916 - but they don't mention the Other War

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Published 09/10/2015 | 02:30

08/10/15 Tanaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton TD and Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash TD pictured with John Paul Scally, Managing Director Lidl Ireland and Northern Ireland and store assistants, Raymond Keating and Katarzyna Pilarczyk pictured this afternoon during a visit to Lidl, Terenure, where it was announced that the supermarket giant will be paying a minimum living wage to it's staff.. Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.
08/10/15 Tanaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton TD and Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash TD pictured with John Paul Scally, Managing Director Lidl Ireland and Northern Ireland and store assistants, Raymond Keating and Katarzyna Pilarczyk pictured this afternoon during a visit to Lidl, Terenure, where it was announced that the supermarket giant will be paying a minimum living wage to it's staff.. Picture Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin.

'I love you guys," chuckled Enda ironically as he hopped into his car and drove off, leaving a melee of mithered media in his dust.

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The Taoiseach is just trolling everyone now. Joan is a Tánaiste on the edge. The roof is about to come off Leinster House with all the pent-up nervous energy rolling along the corridors.

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