Tag: ireland

Government TDs Issued With ‘No Service To Public Cards’

GOVERNMENT TDs are to be issued with new ‘no service to public cards’ (NSTPC) following a string of poor decisions involving public money, which has cost the Irish taxpayer billions of euro in wasted schemes, builds and internal inquiries into mismanagement within the government. Flanking their stunning incompetence, TDs and ministers alike stood hesitantly with giant sized samples of the compulsory… Read more »

All Ireland Finals Cancelled Over Insurance Costs

TENS of thousands of ticket holders for the GAA All Ireland Championships are said to be outraged today after the organisation announced it is cancelling both the hurling and football finals due to insurmountable insurance costs, WWN can confirm. Citing increased instances of ‘shoulders’, ‘fighting’ and ‘pitch invasions’ as the reasons for the new elevated… Read more »

Irish History According To Britain

IF THERE’S one thing the fallout from Britain’s referendum to leave the European Union has taught us, it is that there is a pitiful and shameful lack of knowledge about Irish history among… Irish people, however, British people (read Brexit supporting politicians) have always been on hand to correct the record and present an unbiased… Read more »