Sinn Féin to try and win back councillor
• O’Neill quit party following ‘bullying and intimidation’
Sinn Féin is attempting to get the latest councillor to have quit the party over claims of bullying to reconsider her decision.
The move is a departure from its previous policy of demanding that councillors who quit the party should also resign their council seat as they were elected on a Sinn Féin mandate.
Kildare county councillor Sorcha O’Neill quit Sinn Féin earlier this month, claiming she had experienced bullying and...
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