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Back Room: Fine Gael's eminence grise pays price for misjudgment

Shanganagh Park in Shankill, south county Dublin, is a fine open space where Frank Flannery and Eamon Gilmore walk regularly at weekends.

16th March, 2014

Shanganagh Park in Shankill, south county Dublin, is a fine open space where Frank Flannery and Eamon Gilmore walk regularly at weekends. Not together of course. Though they may have plenty to talk about if they bump into each other anytime soon.

Gilmore, along with Brendan Howlin, pontificated loudly about the government's long-promised lobbying legislation and how it would clean up the issues raised by last week's rumpus around Flannery and his access to power....

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