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Renua turns on itself as Creighton steps down

Hobbs: party not ‘ultra right-wing, nut job, social conservative loopers’

15th May, 2016
Lucinda Creighton confirmed her resignation on Saturday Pic:

Renua Ireland came across as elitist and was pigeonholed as a “Catholic, right-wing and pro-life” party during the general election, party members were told at a meeting where Lucinda Creighton confirmed her resignation as leader yesterday.

The former TD confirmed she was stepping down at a meeting of Renua members in Portlaoise.

Creighton said: “This has been a remarkable journey that did not end the way any of us would have liked or...

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