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What I do like is action, achievements, and results. Getting things done.
Under no circumstances will I allow the Fianna Fail party back into government. They wrecked the economy twice.
The revelations of the Cloyne report have brought the government, Irish Catholics, and the Vatican to an unprecedented juncture.
I get on very well with Denis Naughten, absolutely.
People understand that you have to do difficult things to sort out our own public finances.
Our common membership of the E.U. provided an important external context to the Irish and U.K. governments working together for peace. It should not be discounted lightly.
Down the country, people in rural areas are struggling to get a speed of even 1 MB, not much better than the old dial-up system we used to have when the system was in relative infancy.
The U.K. and Ireland are like-minded on E.U. matters, and the process of working together in Brussels has built an immense store of knowledge, personal relationships, and trust between our governments.
COP 21 provides a unique opportunity for the political leaders of this generation to provide lasting foundations for the preservation and sustainability of generations of the future.
I am a big believer in Springsteen, I like his social comment; I like the commitment he puts into his work.
Emigration is always a difficulty.
If you were to do it again, you’d probably do some things differently. But the decision is right to have a single entity manage the water and the waste water for a country.
I don’t take myself too seriously, but I take the job very seriously, and I expect people to do the job that they’re given because this is about all our people, young and old, and it’s an enormous responsibility.
Sometimes in politics, you get a wallop in the electoral process.
By far, the greatest contribution Ireland can make is to lead by example, by actively pursuing its own transition to a sustainable, low-carbon economy.