Andrews denies solo run on Poolbeg incinerator

A Fianna Fail candidate, who is challenging the Poolbeg waste incinerator in Dublin at the EU, has denied he is breaking ranks on government policy.

27th January, 2007

A Fianna Fail candidate, who is challenging the Poolbeg waste incinerator in Dublin at the EU, has denied he is breaking ranks on government policy.

Dublin South East candidate Chris Andrews, son of the late MEP Niall Andrews, lodged an objection to the European Parliament over the Ringsend project which was sanctioned by the government.

The case is to be heard on Tuesday by the petitions committee of the EU Parliament. According to Andrews, it...

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