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Fine Gael got €880k state funds to upgrade party HQ

Fine Gael has been given almost €880,000 in taxpayers' funds to pay for refurbishment of its party headquarters.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
25th May, 2014
Fine Gael's party headquarters in Mount Street, Dublin.

Fine Gael has been given almost €880,000 in taxpayers' funds to pay for refurbishment of its party headquarters despite the concerns of the electoral watchdog.

This included €19,843 on furniture, €66,800 on upgrading doors and windows and €72,000 on renovating the roof and car park, with the remainder going on general building costs.

The cost of the upgrade of the Fine Gael headquarters has been criticised, with one critic contrasting it with the situation of...

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