Monday January 20, 2020

Madigan says Bailey’s hotel claim ‘nothing to do with me’

Senior FG figures put Bailey under pressure to withdraw lawsuit

26th May, 2019
Maria Bailey: dropped case against Dean Hotel after adverse reaction from Fine Gael and others Picture: Collins

Fine Gael cabinet minister Josepha Madigan has refused to say whether she had any role in the lawsuit that was being taken by her party colleague Maria Bailey over a fall from a swing in a Dublin hotel four years ago.

Bailey was reported to have dropped the case yesterday evening, after coming under huge pressure to do so from Fine Gael colleagues.

Senior Fine Gael figures had insisted she needed to withdraw the personal...

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