Wednesday May 27, 2020

Sinn Féin’s problems haven’t gone away you know

Party examining detailed complaint which contains a numbers of allegations

26th June, 2018
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Clondalkin councillor Jonathan Graham

Jonathan Graham was just 19 when he was selected by Sinn Féin to run for the party in the 2014 local elections in Clondalkin. Dressed in a smart grey three-piece suit and bowtie at the party’s ard fheis that year in Wexford he gave a memorable speech, declaring to a buoyant crowd that “the Celtic cubs are growing with the tigers and we will roar at the next election”.

Graham was...

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