Sinn Fein was the first of the political parties to hold its autumn ‘think-in’ when the party’s Oireachtas representatives and staff gathered in Dublin on Friday to discuss the forthcoming Dail term.
Dail leader Caoimhghin O’Caolain sought to make opposition to Nama the theme of the look forward gathering, describing the Nama plan as ‘‘an attempt to legalise corruption’’.
‘‘Fianna Fail wants to pay back...
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