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
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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