Exclusive: RSA warned Murphy not to interfere with inspectors
Controversy over Isis comments sees party drop by two points in latest Red C poll
Verona Murphy had to be warned not to contact safety inspectors during road checks by a state agency in a row that has now reached the Dáil‘s Public Accounts Committee, the Business Post can reveal.
The fresh revelation could heap further pressure on Fine Gael’s Wexford by-election candidate, who has already had to apologise twice over comments she made linking asylum-seekers to Isis. It comes days after details of...
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