This is no country for the old, sick and vulnerable

It was the Bryan Dobson interview with Seán Gallagher on the evening of Tuesday, October 2, that scuttled Gallagher's presidential campaign, not so much the theatrics of the previous night on Frontlin

1st January, 2012
This is no country for the old, sick and vulnerable
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It was the Bryan Dobson interview with Seán Gallagher on the evening of Tuesday, October 2, that scuttled Gallagher's presidential campaign, not so much the theatrics of the previous night on Frontline.

Under pressure from Dobson, Gallagher acknowledged that he had not fully revealed the depth of his involvement with Fianna Fáil. His claims to be a genuine independent collapsed, as did his prospects of being president. It was a transformative moment, and perhaps...

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