Gardai question artist under caution: The Irish Times.
Police quiz man over naked images of Irish PM in national gallery: The Belfast Telegraph.
Cowen artist ‘could be charged’: BBC News.
Artist Conor Casby faces jail after Brian Cowen made unwitting model for toilet humour: Times Online (Entertainment section).
Irish PM bogged down by nude painting row: ITN.
Guerrilla artist hangs nude paintings of taoiseach Brian Cowen: The Guardian.
Ireland Nude Premier Paintings Appear: New York Times.
Irlande: portraits du Premier ministre nu dans des musées: Romandie.com.
2 tableaux du PM irlandais nus fâchent: Le Figaro.
A poil, par Robert Solé: Le Monde.
As you know if you’ve been following this blog (or pretty much any Irish media outlet) I believe the real story here is whether RTÉ bowed to political pressure and apologised for reporting the news on Tuesday’s Nine News.
Earlier in the same programme, finance minister Brian Lenihan was interviewed about the latest financial services row, the pension payments to Irish Nationwide boss Michael Fingleton.
Here’s what he says about 1.50 minutes into the RTÉ report on the story when he ‘warned the opposition to watch what they say’.
‘Remember, the world is watching us.’
And laughing it’s arse off.
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