Donegal mica campaigners to protest at Fianna Fáil’s Cavan ‘think-in’
Up to 50 mica-affected homeowners will complicate an already high-pressure party gathering at the Slieve Russell hotel
When Fianna Fáil politicians descend on Cavan tomorrow for a pivotal two-day “think in” to decide on the party’s immediate future, they’ll be hoping to avoid any additional complications.
But instead they’ll be met at the Slieve Russell hotel by a crowd of Co Donegal homeowners demanding meaningful engagement over the issue of 100 per cent redress for their mica-damaged homes.
Up to 50 protestors are...
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