Monday 20 August 2018

Stop treating us like chaff - and do your dictionary homework

Minister for Employment and Social Protection Regina Doherty pictured alongside Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton after they visited Stanhope Street Primary School. Photo: Steve Humphreys
Minister for Employment and Social Protection Regina Doherty pictured alongside Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton after they visited Stanhope Street Primary School. Photo: Steve Humphreys
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

It's time that the ridiculous, if not also patronising and ignorant, response of Regina Doherty was thrown back in her face and a literate answer be demanded of her; if she is not capable of this, she should resign to spend more time with her dictionary.

The minister has explained that, for the purposes of her department, the Public Services Card (PSC), aka identity card, although not being compulsory, is nevertheless mandatory.

Two points are worth considering.

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