I want to see if they'll stick to their guns'

Curiosity was the main factor drawing people to the Reform Alliance event yesterday, writes Nicola Cooke.

26th January, 2014

A steady stream of inquisitive souls braved the chilly January gales yesterday morning to make their way to Dublin's RDS, eager to see what new ideas the Reform Alliance had to offer.Perky volunteers in yellow T-shirts that bore the Reform Alliance symbol - a harp in a circle, almost identical to that of the Fianna Fail party - and had the words Reform Team' emblazoned in blue on the back, welcomed both registered and unregistered...

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