On the campaign trail: Prendergast enjoying the status of Labour's maverick voice

Siobhan Brett accompanies Phil Prendergast on the campaign trail in Nenagh.

4th May, 2014

You're the woman who wants to get rid of poor old Eamon!

The tone and attitude of a man in a raincoat on Pearse Street in Nenagh, however, does not suggest a shred of sympathy for the Tanaiste. He breaks into a grin. ''You want to get rid of our second great leader! he says. It's giddy fun-poking, with something approaching delight.

Phil Prendergast politely raises the pack of fliers in her hand and sort...

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