His supporters would say they never expected less, but Enda’s arrival at the political summit was hardly a tale of overnight success. Those close to him describe a gregarious countryman, devoted husband and steely operator deserving of a crack at Ireland’s top job, writes KATHY SHERIDAN irishtimes.com
by Harvey Stelman4 years ago
This is what Obamacare will do to the U.S. http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/arti … rt-surgery
by earnestshub7 years ago
Just heard on the BBC that the prime minister has retained his seat.English politics are interesting to me. I was pleased to know he is is still there. With a bigger majority according to the speech he gave. Mr. Brown,...
by OLYHOOCH6 years ago
Australia says NO - Second Time she has done this! She's done it again. She sure isn't backing down on her hard line stance and one has to appreciate her belief in the rights of her native...
by chigoiyke7 years ago
....soonest it will be; why did they kick out the British PM - what's his name again? Gordon Brown. I have been following the British election with some amount of attention but I still don't get why a serving PM is...
by Peter6 years ago
Did anyone bother to watch our PM Julie Gillard address to the American parliament? I only saw a small snippet but what I saw made me squirm in my seat. What I saw was cloying (and that is being kind) and I...
by Julaha8 years ago
Who will become the new Indian Prime Minister in May 2009 after the general election? My favourite, Mayawati. What about you?
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