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Fleeing back to the bosom of Montrose

POOR George Lee: “There wasn't going to be room made for me,” he sobbed as he scuttled back to the bosom of Montrose.

And despite what Lee tells us about his time in power (less), the 6th of June to 8th of February is not nine months.

His premature departure was, fittingly, only eight months after his conception in Dáil Eireann, or 19 three-day weeks in the calendar of the house. Heaven forbid, could it be that Lee’s timing could have anything to do with his welcome back to RTÉ expiring in three months?

Ronan Quinlan

Bothair tSlí Leathain

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