Enda owes finest hour to more than one speech writer

[from the Examiner >] Like all of his speeches, he laid down the outline of what he wanted to get across in his Dáil address. He would have also in his own time — possibly at home with his family — composed lines or paragraphs and points that were important to him. He would then have sat down with three or four advisers, according to people familiar with the process, to devise the speech. There would be advisers who would “politics-proof” the speech, another who would have an input into the policy requirements of it and then Ms O’Callaghan put it all together. 


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