Monday February 17, 2020

Sentencing argument shows why we’ll miss Daly dose of wisdom

The Dáil’s loss will be the European Parliament’s gain when Clare Daly, who is never afraid to fly in the face of popular opinion, moves to Brussels

30th June, 2019
Clare Daly has forcefully argued against presumptive or mandatory minimum sentences PIc: Fergal Phillips

We will miss Clare Daly when she closes the door on her Dáil career and opens a new one at the European Parliament.

The Independent Socialist TD for Dublin North has been fearless in tackling the uncomfortable truths within our institutions and societal attitudes. It may not always make her popular, but it is fair to say she is respected by all hues of political opinion, though many may not be generous enough...

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