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Fianna Fáil is using a two-hour private members’ slot in the Dáil tonight to move its own bill to give the Comptroller and Auditor General the power to investigate massive cost overruns on state building projects

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
12th February, 2019
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The party is using a two-hour private members’ slot in the Dáil tonight to move its own bill to give the Comptroller and Auditor General the power to investigate massive cost overruns on state building projects.

Keep an eye out for Pearse Doherty in particular. He is still brilliant at this. Sinn Féin will be moving its motion of no confidence in Harris, which Fianna Fáil has said it will not support,...

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