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FG sets up ring of steel around election review

A source said there is “top security” around the report

31st July, 2016
Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny

Fine Gael TDs who are reviewing the party’s poor general election performance have taken a series of unusual steps to avoid their report leaking.

There are no electronic copies of the review in circulation, and those shown the report have only been given hard copies which have been collected from them after meetings.

A source involved with the review said there was “top security” around the report, in order to prevent any leaks...

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