Thursday July 16, 2020

Laois-Offaly: An all-ticket affair at the count centre celebrations

Candidates, their partners, lo cal councillors, senior party members and members of the media were among those who were refused entry.

26th May, 2007

Candidates, their partners, lo cal councillors, senior party members and members of the media were among those who were refused entry.

First to take on the strict door policy was the mayor of Portlaoise and Sinn Fe¤ in general election candidate, councillor Brian Stanley.

He argued with the doormen when his partner was refused entry. She claimed she had not been given a ticket when she had left the hall earlier.

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