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FG wants taxpayer to pay for Euro 1m HQ refurbishment

Fine Gael is set to claim back up to Euro 1 million of the cost of refurbishing its headquarters from the taxpayer.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
6th April, 2014

Fine Gael is set to claim back up to €1 million of the cost of refurbishing its headquarters from the taxpayer.

The party took out a bank loan to pay for the expensive upgrade of the four-storey Georgian building at 51 Upper Mount Street in Dublin. The estimated cost was €500,000 but it ended up spiralling to €1 million.

But instead of engaging in private fundraising to pay for the project, The Sunday Business Post has...

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