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FG constituency row over €5,000 expenses

First-time Stephanie Regan claims she was pursued for bill

27th November, 2016
Fine Gael party’s general secretary Tom Curran

A Fine Gael national executive member is facing calls to resign due to a dispute about €5,000 in election costs.

Fine Gael controversially ran three candidates in Dublin Bay North in the general election with Richard Bruton added to the ticket after failing to be nominated at a selection convention. Bruton retained his seat with former Dublin lord mayor Naoise Ó Muirí and first time candidate Stephanie Regan missing out.

But Regan said she...

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