Tuesday July 14, 2020

Dáil secrets revealed in new book

It’s the place where political careers have been made and broken, deals have been brokered and reputations lost.

26th April, 2008

It’s the place where political careers have been made and broken, deals have been brokered and reputations lost.

The Dáil bar in Leinster House has been the local for Irish politicians down the years and now a former government minister is lifting the lid on the banter that went on around the bar stools. Tales from the Dáil Bar, which will be in shops on Saturday, is written by Ted Nealon, former Fine...

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