Creighton lays her cards on the table with Renua launch
Young working mums, business people targeted in bid to break through
First it was the Reform Alliance, then it was Reboot Ireland and now it is Renua Ireland.
Lucinda Creighton and her fellow exiles from Fine Gael have been searching for a path out of the political wilderness for the past two years. Now Creighton and three of her former Fine Gael colleagues have settled on a new party which will have a constitution, a code of ethics, a fundraising target of €500,000 and a plan...
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