It was approaching midnight on Wednesday June 4, 1997.
The drink was flowing in Dessie Hynes’ pub on Baggot Street Bridge, and a line of black ministerial Mercedes were parked up Mespil Road.
In the smoke-filled basement of the pub dubbed “the second parliament” by Enda Kenny, a gang of Fine Gaelers were demob-happy.
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