I'm not sure I follow your logic.
When Martin Shanahan, the CEO of IDA Ireland, visited the CNBC studio to discuss the Irish economy. It was all going well until about seven minutes into it, when the two males hosts refused to believe that Ireland used the Euro, and why don't they have the pound like Northern Ireland?
It's a quite painful listen of an ill-formed person giving their opinion about the currency used in Ireland, but credit must go to Martin Shanahan for keeping cool and extremely respectful when it would have been a lot easier to get annoyed.
Credit must go to the female host for asking real questions and not "Aren't Scotland and Ireland attached to each other?"