Crowley safe as fight goes on for last two seats

The only thing that seemed certain in the south yesterday was that long-standing Fianna Fáil MEP Brian Crowley would take the first of three seats. After that, it was game on.

6th June, 2009

The only thing that seemed certain in the south yesterday was that long-standing Fianna Fáil MEP Brian Crowley would take the first of three seats. After that, it was game on.

Fine Gael’s Sean Kelly also looks likely to take a seat, with a scrap for the final seat between Labour’s Alan Kelly, independent MEP Kathy Sinnott and outgoing Fine Gael MEP Colm Burke. Some tallies also showed a strong performance from Sinn...

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