Despite the might of its football team and the fact it got a better bailout deal from Europe, Ireland is likely to triumph Spain, writes Paul Allen.
We used to laugh at the English. Every European Championship they qualified for they believed they would win it.
But while England fans took a more sober approach regarding their chances at Euro 2012, Ireland’s cheerleading brigade managed to convince themselves we would crush Croatia, spank Spain and lash Italy. Read More
The upcoming referendum is sadly more likely to be decided upon by raw emotion rather than hard facts, writes Paul Allen.
“A vote is like a rifle,” according to Theodore Roosevelt. “Its usefulness depends upon the character of the user.” Read More
Oscar Wilde perfectly captured the mindset of modern celebrity when he quipped, “There is only one thing in life worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.”
Over the past month we have all witnessed and read about the new celebrity play toy — Super Injunctions. If you have €60,000 and you want to keep your private-life private, despite being caught out doing what you are not supposed to be doing, the Super Injunction can sort all matters out. Read More