McGuinness Tánaiste row rumbles on

Former junior minister John McGuinness has rejected suggestions that he engaged in a campaign to discredit Tánaiste Mary Coughlan and enhance his own profile in the business community.

2nd May, 2009

Former junior minister John McGuinness has rejected suggestions that he engaged in a campaign to discredit Tánaiste Mary Coughlan and enhance his own profile in the business community.

McGuinness heavily criticised Coughlan’s abilities after losing his post at her Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment in the reshuffle of junior ministers. It has also emerged that he is being advised by Naoise Nunn, a former advisor to Libertas founder Declan Ganley.

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