Tuesday January 28, 2020

‘Posh boys are on the way out,’ says Lenihan at Fianna Fáil’s private shindig

Conor Lenihan and his two former ministerial colleagues, Mary Hanafin and Barry Andrews, are running alongside the LGBT campaigner Tiernan Brady for the nomination to be the Fianna Fáil candidate in Dublin for the forthcoming European elections

10th February, 2019
Former minister Conor Lenihan

Former minister Conor Lenihan told Fianna Fáil members that the “posh boys are on the way out”, while Mary Hanafin regaled them with stories of being sold Toblerone bars at the races at a private hustings event in Dublin last Thursday.

Lenihan and his two former ministerial colleagues, Hanafin and Barry Andrews, are running alongside the LGBT campaigner Tiernan Brady for the nomination to be the Fianna Fáil candidate in Dublin...

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