Press officer takes fall for FG fiasco

Fine Gael's head of communications, Tom Fabozzi, has accepted "full responsibility" for the controversy sparked by a planned celebration to mark the party's first year in office.

11th March, 2012

Fine Gael's head of communications, Tom Fabozzi, has accepted "full responsibility" for the controversy sparked by a planned celebration to mark the party's first year in office.

Fabozzi, a former producer of Vincent Browne's TV3 television show, insisted that Taoiseach Enda Kenny did not sanction the photocall and was unaware of the event. He added that it was "never meant to be a celebration".

"The Taoiseach did not give us his sanction on it -...

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