Thursday December 5, 2019

Uncovered: Claims of Sinn Féin ‘Bullying Culture’

Damning new claims and secret documents have uncovered how and why Sinn Féin has lost one in ten of its councillors over the last three years, with many of them claiming they were bullied, harassed and ostracised

19th November, 2017
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Sorcha O’Neill joined Sinn Féin shortly before the 2014 elections. Identified as a rising star, she was fast-tracked by the party and, within weeks, got elected to Kildare County Council. Within three years, her relationship with the party organisation had broken down and she resigned last summer.

Seamus Morris ran unsuccessfully for Sinn Féin in the last three general elections in Tipperary. After his most recent attempt, the local party tried to...

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