Friday October 30, 2020

Dignam says he was duped into government advertorial

The Aslan singer was featured in a two-page advertorial in the Herald newspaper last month, welcoming the planned extension of the Luas to Finglas as part of the Project Ireland 2040 plan

4th March, 2018
Christy Dignam: ‘If I wanted to put my name to that I’d charge them for it’

Christy Dignam has criticised the use of his comments in a government-sponsored newspaper ad as “totally out of order”, saying it was done without his knowledge.

The Aslan singer was featured in a two-page advertorial in the Herald newspaper last month, welcoming the planned extension of the Luas to Finglas as part of the Project Ireland 2040 plan.

But Dignam said he was “pissed off” about his comments being “cherry-picked” to make him look...

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