Alzheimer's, a disease that recognises no boundaries, has left us with a generation of people living in a lost world. Among them is the former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds, who played such a pivotal role in the peace process.
So ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
Former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds is in the “very late stages” of Alzheimer’s disease, according to his son Philip. The former Taoiseach requires 24-hour care, and he is now unable to have conversations with people, Philip said. Philip told Shannonside ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
FORMER British Prime Minister John Major was toasted at an event in Dublin to mark the 20th anniversary of the Downing Street Declaration. Mr Major joined the Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore at the Department of Foreign Affairs for a commemorative lecture ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent
In speech marking 20th anniversary of Downing Street Declaration, former PM also praised work of Albert Reynolds Sir John Major has acknowledged that IRA and republican leaders risked their own lives in the interests of forwarding the peace process. The ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer
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Albert Reynolds (born 4 November 1932), served as Taoiseach of Ireland, serving one term in office from 1992 until 1994. He was the fifth leader of Fianna Fáil during the same period.
Reynolds was first elected to Dáil Éireann as a TD for Longford–Westmeath in 1977, and was re-elected at each election until his retirement in 2002. He previously served as Minister for Finance (1988–91), Minister... Full Article At Wikipedia.org