Tipperary: Emotions run high in competitive five-seater
Alan Kelly faces an unexpected threat, a minister’s sister attempts to win back a seat for Fine Gael and Michael Lowry defends his local-first approach
"I’m quite an emotional person.”
It’s a quarter past three on a bright Thursday afternoon and Alan Kelly has begun to open up his soul as he knocks on doors in the Sallygrove Estate in Nenagh.
Could this be the same “power is a drug” Kelly, the politician referred to as “AK-47” by both his admirers and detractors? The same man who was famously pictured, red-faced and screaming with delight...
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