Moran won’t say if he will honour coin-toss agreement to hand OPW portfolio to Canney

The two Independent Alliance TDs had agreed, after tossing a coin, to rotate the role when the government was formed in May 2016

28th January, 2018
Minister of State Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran

Minister of State Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran is refusing to say whether he will hand over the Office of Public Works portfolio to his colleague Seán Canney this summer.

Canney held the role of OPW minister, which covers issues like flooding, in the minority government’s first year but swapped with Moran last June.

The two Independent Alliance TDs had agreed, after tossing a coin, to rotate the role when the...

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