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Sinn Féin predicting further Dáil ‘argy-bargy’

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

17th December, 2014
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams and Mary Lou McDonald TD address the media outside Leinster House last weekPicture: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Sinn Féin are warning that there will be further “argy-bargy” in the Dáil this week if the lower house’s rules are not changed.

The party has been at the centre of controversy over deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald’s four-hour sit-in which led to a Dáil shutdown. And it still is being accused of failing to support Mairia Cahill, who was raped by a member of the IRA...

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