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Ireland's reputation as a devoutly Catholic and conservative country is being defied by the prospect of becoming the first nation to approve gay marriage by referendum. But it's not as odd as one might think.
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Thank you for the sensitive telling of the referendum.  
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With neither the Conservatives nor Labour likely to win a majority in the May 7 elections, a coalition is... http://trib.al/1bG0K2o
With neither the Conservatives nor Labour likely to win a majority in the May 7 elections, a coalition is almost certainly in the cards – and Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party a possible partner.
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Ikh vil velen / איך ווילן צו וועלן / I want to want
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Frustration of not having a car is becoming intolerable. I miss my lovely old Jag, but right now I'd bite your arm off for a lend of a Micra.
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Feeling not helped by XJS 5.3L V12 sitting around the corner, unmoved since last year. Perhaps I should offer the owner a free Italian tune-up?
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I shall now return to writing the news, rather than being in it. In the meantime, here's a nice maraconic love song: 
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Me on TV, talking about poverty. And sushi.
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"Politics today, echoing the late 1960s, has been reduced to a form of therapeutic intervention intended to salve our wounds, not a form of action intended to transform the world. But our wounds are ours alone, they are not public property, and to work out ones neuroses in the pages of the news, as is increasingly common today, is gauche to say the least. More importantly, though, it is, despite all the best intentions, creating more disempowerment, not less."
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All going well I'll be picking this up on Saturday. My fortnight of carless hell could be about to end. Almost identical to my last one.
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Last words—I hope—on the Charlie Hebdo debacle at QUB: 
JASON WALSH, APRIL 22, 2015. On Monday April 20 an e-mail was circulated to participants at an academic symposium, “Understanding Charlie: New perspectives on contemporary citizenship after Charlie Hebdo Symposium”, due to be held at Queen's University Belfast in early June saying the event was ...
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Simon Anholt says we should measure a country's success through its engagement with the world, and has set up an index to that end. His No. 1? Ireland.
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The longstanding dominance of Ireland's two main parties is under pressure amid ongoing economic woes. New party Renua has formed on the right, while interest has surged in parties on the left.
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Ireland correspondent of the CSM, Boston, Mass. Contributor to the Independent, i, the Guardian, the Sunday Times, the Irish Times, the Irish Examiner, the Sunday Business Post, USA Today, the Washington Times, El Mundo (Spain), Forbes (Croatia) and other newspapers and magazines.
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    Philosophy, 2012 - present
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