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In pics: Unlikely Friendship of the Day

Brian Hayes and Declan Ganley. Who knew?

IT’S THE MOST unlikely of friendships.

Brian Hayes and Declan Ganley may not seem on the face of it to have a lot in common – let’s take their position on Europe for starters – but the two seemed to get on famously at an event in Dublin tonight.

The Fine Gael TD and the former head of Libertas were speaking at a public debate organised by broadcaster Marc Coleman’s National Forum group on the fiscal compact referendum.

Meanwhile Eamon O Cuiv and Michael McDowell don’t seem to have gotten on quite so well at the same event:

(All photos: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)

Translated: The Fiscal Compact rewritten in layman’s terms >

Taoiseach urges Yes vote on treaty in Ard Fheis opening speech >

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