Flanagan uses ‘defunct’ branch to rejoin FG
Former Fine Gael TD Terence Flanagan has rejoined the party through a branch that had been defunct for several years.
Local Fine Gael sources said there was some opposition in the main local branch in Dublin Bay North to Flanagan rejoining the party after he had quit over the contentious issue of abortion.
After being told by Fine Gael HQ last April that he could rejoin the party, Flanagan applied for membership of the Griffith-Collins...
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