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FG still obsessed with 1997 great mistake

5th July, 2015

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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