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Editorial failures and downsides to being pretty: The week in quotes

“We are not the people to turn to if you can’t find your false teeth, if your sat nav is broken and you need directions … if you are looking for a dog-minder while you are on holiday.”

IT WAS A week in which RTÉ made some big changes in response to the Fr Kevin Reynolds controversy.

Pope Benedict said no as did the government in response to questions about a possible mini-budget. We learnt that Phil Hogan met Michael Lowry but other ministers did too.

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