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A reboot on the same foot for new party built on secrecy

8th January, 2015

It was the day after the world welcomed 2015, and in an eerily quiet Dublin city, Lucinda Creighton took the term “new year, new start” to heart as she finally formally announced her intention to start a political party.

For months, the media, politicians, and members of the public had been speculating about whether Creighton would attempt to set up her own party.

Now, they had their answer – yes, she will. But that...

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