Tuesday October 20, 2020

How Brennan bit the bullet

A year ago Seamus Brennan was a dejected and angry man. The highest-profile casualty of Bertie Ahern's cabinet reshuffle, Brennan was ejected from the Department of Transport and sent to what he considered to be the backwater of Social and Family Aff

24th September, 2005

A year ago Seamus Brennan was a dejected and angry man. The highest-profile casualty of Bertie Ahern's cabinet reshuffle, Brennan was ejected from the Department of Transport and sent to what he considered to be the backwater of Social and Family Affairs. Even the geography of the move was significant - from the heart of the action on Kildare Street, Brennan went across the Liffey to offices in Busáras, Store Street.

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