Tag: politics

“What If Jesus Had Been Aborted?”

In his latest column, Bishop Cornelius Byle, WWN’s resident priest and conscience expert, poses the question which is absolutely central and crucial to the reasoned debate on the factual matter of murderous mass genocide of children. Good after morning to you all and welcome to my column. I must start off with an apology as… Read more »

Varadkar Struggles To Put Together Cabinet

CURRENT Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has described himself as ‘exhausted’ after a full weekend of trying to assemble a cabinet, something that the young Fine Gael leader has admitted to be ‘way harder’ than he thought it would be. Varadkar finally sat down to address his cabinet issues on Saturday, having decided that he had ‘put… Read more »

Varadkar’s Self-Approval Rating Tops 100%

TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar has become the first leader of the country to exceed an approval rating of 100%, according to new figures released by Leo Varadkar this morning. The statistics, gleaned from a poll conducted by Leo Varadkar among Leo Varadkars aged 38-40, show that Leo Varadkar is currently the most popular Taoiseach the country… Read more »

O’Sullivan Asked To Stop Delivering Tribunal Evidence Via Sock Puppets

A FRUSTRATED Judge Charleton has pleaded with former Garda Commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan to deliver her evidence to the Disclosures Tribunal in a straightforward and clear manner, after she once again used sock puppets to answer questions. While the use of puppets is a vast improvement on her first day of giving evidence, when O’Sullivan answered every… Read more »

Fresh Round Of Stormont Talks Kick Off For The Craic

MEMBERS from both sides of the Northern political divide are to reconvene in Stormont today for a fresh round of sitting around, playing on phones, passing notes, making snide remarks about each other, and generally killing time before they can go back home again. Almost a year has passed since the collapse of the Northern… Read more »