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