Sunday February 23, 2020

Dublin Bay South: Ryan tries to shrug off ‘favourite’ tag

Despite being seen as the frontrunner in this mixed-income constituency, Green Party leader Eamon Ryan isn’t taking anything for granted

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

2nd February, 2020
Eamon Ryan talking to Louise Supple, Pembroke Cottages, Donnybrook. Picture: Maura Hickey

“That’s the dirtiest tactic known to mankind. That’s the lowest of the low!” Eamon Ryan declares.

Normally one of the cheeriest men in Irish politics, the Green Party leader is happily knocking on doors in the Pembroke Cottages area of Donnybrook when the Business Post informs him that some of his constituency rivals have been spreading the word that his seat is as safe as houses.


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