Thursday February 20, 2020

Donnelly blames breakdown in teamwork on his decision to quit

Social Democrats disappointed Wicklow TD has "decided to walk away"

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
5th September, 2016
Donnelly, Murphy and Shortall in happier times Pic: RollingNews.ie

Social Democrats TD Stephen Donnelly has blamed a lack of teamwork between him and his co-leaders for his decision to quit the party.

The Wicklow TD launched the party in July last year in the run up to the general election with Catherine Murphy TD and Róisin Shortall. The three TDs could not agree on who would be leader – so they all agreed to be co-leaders.

In a statement, Donnelly said a...

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