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Fitzgerald: FF and SF ‘in denial about the truth’

Fitzgerald was effectively exonerated by Mr Justice Peter Charleton, whose report partly examined the events that led to her resignation last year, which she said had been 'traumatic' and left her in 'shock'

14th October, 2018

Former tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald has demanded an apology from opposition parties, who she has accused of being in denial about the truth as established by the Disclosures Tribunal last week.

Fitzgerald was effectively exonerated by Mr Justice Peter Charleton, whose report partly examined the events that led to her resignation last year, which she said had been “traumatic” and left her in “shock”.

The former justice minister said that...

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