Brigitte Macron, the wife of France’s president, is trenchantly against it. Some politicians have lodged a formal complaint, while others are broadly supportive, and still others just see it as a safe alibi for attacking campaigners for gender equality.
Ireland’s catering sector is already facing “death by a thousand cuts” and new restrictions expected to be proposed by Nphet later today will close many businesses, Social Democrat co-leader, Catherine Murphy, has said.
You would not wish this one on your worst enemy. Anyone who has struggled to get those hall door keys, all the time hoping the mortgage can be paid, would find a resultant crumbling house to be a total nightmare.
The Children’s Ombudsman has said that any restrictions placed on children should be “proportionate” and “time sensitive” as he said it was clear Covid was now leaving a mark on the psyche of children.
The Greens turn 40 on Friday. Yes, precisely 40 years ago, on December 4, 1981, what quickly became An Comhaontas Glas, or Ireland’s Green Party, was founded by an idealistic English-born schoolteacher called Christopher Fettes, who had been contemplating this project for the previous 10 years.
He has been tartly described as “more post office than box office”, or more kindly as “not charismatic but very decent”. Chances are you may struggle to remember who Mark Drakeford actually is.
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