Lucinda Creighton fails to rule out a return to politics

“Well, for now, but who knows? I don’t think you can ever say never.”

5th February, 2017
Lucinda Creighton: ‘I don’t think you can ever say never’ Picture: Anthony Woods

Former Fine Gael minister Lucinda Creighton has left the door open to a return to politics in the future, despite quitting the scene nearly a year ago.

Creighton lost her Dáil seat last February after the political party she set up, Renua Ireland, collapsed at the polls and did not win any seats. She later quit as party leader and founded a consultancy company, Vulcan.

When asked if she was finished with politics...

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