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New TDs in peril from latest boundary changes

Review will automatically take place after new census

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
3rd April, 2016
New TDs are facing the prospect of career-threatening changes to their constituencies

New TDs are facing the prospect of career-threatening changes to their constituencies next year.

A new boundary review will automatically take place after the population figures are gathered by the new census on April 24.

It will examine whether the geographical borders of constituencies should be redrawn to comply with the constitutional requirement to have at least one TD for every 30,000 people.

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