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Claire Dunne Aug 4
So not serving the €9 Covid vaccination meal can't open but it's OK to send teachers and pupils into a classroom for approx 5hrs a day with some not having to practice social distancing🤔 That makes a lot of sense right 😜
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mark connolly Aug 4
R.I.P rural Irish . Its amazing how the virus can't travel if your in a house party, or protected by a 9 euro meal, but thrives in the small rural bar. Stupid decision
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ConcernedCitizen Aug 4
So if people drink in a pub and eat €9 worth of food, kids can go to school. If people only drink in the pub, kid’s can’t go to school. Right then. That makes sense.
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Scott Sullivan Aug 4
I enjoy going to the pub as much as the next person but come on.. Are we all really that hard up for a drink that we get annoyed when they can’t open.. You know, because of the global extinction level plague going around... Still want that pint of Coors?
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Alex Aug 4
This is literally what they think is happening - OPEN THE PUBS FFS
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Sean O'Driscoll Aug 4
There’s a lack of imagination re: the opening of . The Govt could have implemented rules such as table seating only, restrict capacity & closing by midnight. Those working in pubs have been out of work for 5 months. Our economy needs to reopen
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Niamh Leahy Aug 5
get sorry from same as the workers got claps. Both won’t pay bills . Politicians get payrises ,expenses bar , mileage ,overnight allowance ect yet we get
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Andrew O'Connor Aug 4
Three publicans listening to this evenings announcement on They insist they can open their pubs safely + are understandably disappointed, but what’s wrong with this picture... ?
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John Aug 5
It is rime for civil disobedience in to fight the new If you downloaded an app, consider deleting it. Never answer an unidentified phone call. Just stop cooperating. We need to start
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RYAMIX Aug 4
The Taoiseachs performance this evening is both shambolic and embarrassing. Out of his depth
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Simon Webster Aug 4
If you haven't been social distancing, wearing masks or cancelling your holiday abroad, you don't get to moan about us not moving to . These things are linked. Get it now, asshole?
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Rory Cowan Aug 4
Replying to @KevDoyle_Indo
Terrible. All those publicans with businesses in dire straits now. Many won’t reopen after this second delay. They’ve already spent money rearranging their pubs to reflect Covid rules. And all the staff hoping to be back at work. My heart goes out to all of them.
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TonyC - *WEAR A MASK* Aug 4
If sober people in factories can’t keep their distance imagine what it’d be like in a pub full of drunks.
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austin smyth Aug 4
Bad enuff an owl lad can’t meet Seamus down in Murphy’s for a pint and a small one, but now,after going to Mass of a Sunday in the local bingo hall,he can’t even meet Mick at a game of football to shout obscenities at the ref who is also the local Garda!!😅🤦‍♂️
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Evie Gaughan is on a break ✍️ Aug 5
Seeing so many news reports saying that pubs are the 'lifeblood' of rural communities. Shouldn't THAT be the story? Isn't it kind of weird that the only social outlet available to people in 2020 is the pub? What about libraries, community centres, parks
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FergusKeane Aug 4
Used to admire but he’s been a shockingly poor so far. If FF had a base left, it was ordinary decent people who meet in and those who ran them as epicentre of Irish communities. To see him abandon that base &destroy community is appalling.
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Pat Garvan Aug 4
It is not right.We expected increased cases with easing! Case nos will not improve this month. How many cases have been reported in pubs with food? Wet pubs no different if covid precautions are taken seriously. Govt labelling all pub drinkers as alcoholics! End of tourism!
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LiveScore Ciarraí Aug 5
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Martyn Rhodes 2h
Hi Water is now deregulated in England. Significant savings are available f businesses :)
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Con Creedon Aug 5
People living near cities/towns wont miss a pub. They can go for their meal/pint combo and be content. People living in small rural areas and villages where act as a parish hall will be devastated. It's not the drink they're missing, it's the company
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