The pub is a cornerstone of Irish culture

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  1. barryqwalsh
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    If Jamie Oliver’s Jamaican jerk rice dish apparently can be a heinous act of “cultural appropriation”, then what do you call using Irish village pubs to seek excise cuts that will exponentially benefit the likes of Diageo (headquarters in London), Amsterdam-based Heineken and France’s Pernod Ricard?



    Big Drink has a hard neck roping in pubs to front campaign for tax cut
     
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    I thought the Irish Pub which serves Irish Nachos, was the cornerstone of Irish heritage?
     

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