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Sinn Féin plans judicial review to ‘rebalance’ insurance cases

Party says more emphasis should be put on individuals’ duty to ensure their own safety

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

28th January, 2020
Mary Lou McDonald at Sinn Féin’s manifesto launch: “Everyone is talking about Irish unity, except the government and Fianna Fáil.” Picture:

Sinn Féin has said it will try to ease insurance costs by asking a High Court judge to review people’s responsibility to ensure their own safety in public places.

The pledge is one of a number of proposals in the party’s election manifesto, which it launched today. It follows Sunday’s Business Post/Red C opinion poll in which it jumped eight points to 19 per cent....

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