Gabriel Byrne: 'It’s an obscenity to tell innocent children they’re going to hell'
Forget the pollsters. If you wanted to know the outcome of last week’s US election, you just had to ask Gabriel Byrne. I did, a month ago. I wish I had gone to the bookies. Byrne was in London on the way back to his farm in Maine, where he lives with his wife and three-year-old daughter. It’ll be...
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