Fergus Finlay

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FERGUS FINLAY: Too many women suffered before Ireland embraced the spirit of 1968

FERGUS FINLAY: Too many women suffered before Ireland embraced the spirit of 1968

“If I have one regret,” my friend Patricia said, “it’s that I lived in Paris in the summer of 1968, and it all went over my head.”

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FERGUS FINLAY: Spying on creches is no substitute for better-trained early years staff

FERGUS FINLAY: Spying on creches is no substitute for better-trained early years staff

So, this brilliant RTÉ Investigates programme reveals frightening and cruel things happening to children in creches. We’re all horrified, and rightly ...

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FERGUS FINLAY: If you’re playing cards with British make sure you supply the deck

FERGUS FINLAY: If you’re playing cards with British make sure you supply the deck

Damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t. The Taoiseach, that is.

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When you’re in the rough, you have to believe, like golfer Lowry

FERGUS FINLAY: When you’re in the rough, you have to believe, like golfer Lowry

Aren’t the real heroes the ones who transcend difficulty, who rise above the ordinary, asks Fergus Finlay

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