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Election 2016: Labour’s loss as anti-water charges SF candidate takes Dublin South Central

Dublin South Central

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
28th February, 2016
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He topped the poll in the four-seater, which is likely to return at least two other anti-water charges candidates.

“It’s going to be a continuous campaign until water charges are removed and Irish Water is at an end,” he said.

Independent TD Joan Collins, who was cleared in court during the election campaign of breaching the public order during an anti-water protest, is also on the way back.

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