FERGUS FINLAY: Sorry seems to be the hardest word for Institutional Ireland

Archbishop Martin, the GAA, An Garda Síochána, the HSE, and Donald Trump. There’s a bunch that have nothing in common, you’d be thinking. Except maybe one thing — an inability to say sorry.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

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