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FG celebrate with 'pride but humility'

"We'll be back tomorrow with lots more people!" the protester cried out as he waved his 'Erin go Bragh' flag outside the National Convention Centre last Friday night.

31st March, 2012
Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the Fine Gael ard fheis in Dublin this weekend. Photo: Photocall

"We'll be back tomorrow with lots more people!" the protester cried out to Fine Gael delegates as he waved his 'Erin go Bragh' flag outside the National Convention Centre last Friday night.

"The sun will rise tomorrow and the people will rise too," he continued to taunt the delegates while several gardaí attempted to smooth-talk the household charge protesters to call it a night.

Behind the sparkling glass of the Convention Centre, the bulk...

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