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'Kate Nash has revealed that she is currently writing a series of short stories, and plans to release a book in the future...Nash explained that she is working on a story for children based around a seven-foot transvestite named Roy, and that author Roald Dahl is an influence on her work. "I'd like to release a collection of short stories," she explained. "I'm writing one a bout a 12 year-old boy called George, who meets a seven-foot cross-dresser called Roy. It's a concept about imagination and being whatever your dream is. There's a lot of things I want to achieve creatively," Nash went on to say. "I just like chucking things out and thinking, 'Whatever'"I, like many of you, await the first book from the lady that wrote "You said I must eat so many lemons, because I am so bitter" with much anticipation.
The Minister for Defence, Willie O'Dea, has acknowledged public unease about the scale of pay increases awarded to the Taoiseach and Cabinet ministers.
Now I'm all for criticism of Pat the Plank but the Equality Authority have put me in an uncomfortable, unprecedented position.
During last year's 'Late Late Toy Show' on RTE "the main presenter persistently reinforced stereotypes of gender", according to the study. In the case of one toy, a human skull shown to ooze slime, the comment was uttered "made for boys, I think".
The study carried out by the Centre for Gender and Women's studies in Trinity College Dublin found blue and pink is often used to communicate gender appropriateness of toys, while boys are mainly depicted playing outdoors and girls indoors.
Under the Equal Status Acts, the code of standards states advertisements and promotions should avoid sex stereotyping, Mr Crowley said.
He said they would be working with the Advertising Standards Authority to ensure the standards are applied.
- To eradicate sad thoughts from all literature
- To make people smile a little more often
- To encourage authors to write more uplifting books for children
- To highlight the dangers of reading sad books
- To unite parents of a similar thinking and create a force with which to be reckoned
- To protect the next generation of readers.
- And, above all, to ensure the longevity of HAPPY ENDINGS (that means "to make sure happy endings are around for a long time")
Speaking at the National Ploughing Championships, the Taoiseach rejected suggestions made by Labour Party Leader Eamon Gilmore that he was treating people like gullible fools.
Last night the Government won a vote of confidence in the Taoiseach by 81 to 76.
He added that nobody in the crowd at the Ploughing Championships this morning had mentioned any of the recent controversies.
Following last night's vote it is understood the Government Chief Whip, Tom Kitt, is to write to Fianna Fáil TD Ned O'Keeffe about his absence.
Mr Kitt is expected to seek a meeting with Mr O'Keeffe to discuss the matter next week.
The Cork East TD was one of eight Government supporters who did not cast a vote yesterday, but the only one whose absence was not approved.
Five Ministers were abroad on Government business and were not able to return in time for the vote, while another two were excused due to illness.
It has not been possible to contact Mr O'Keeffe today for comment.