Murphy refused to meet RSA to discuss her complaints about it

The failed FG candidate turned down a meeting just before her campaign in the Wexford by-election began

22nd December, 2019
Murphy refused to meet RSA to discuss her complaints about it
Verona Murphy turned down the chance to meet with RSA officials

Former Fine Gael election candidate Verona Murphy refused to meet the Road Safety Authority to discuss her long-standing complaints about its operations, the Business Post has learned.

Last week, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said he had made a mistake in selecting Murphy as a Fine Gael candidate for the Wexford by-election after she linked asylum seekers to the terror group Islamic State. He also said he was glad she had not won the seat...

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