Taoiseach refuses to criticise Murphy’s contact with RSA inspector
Micheál Martin tells Dáil that candidate’s call was ‘like ringing a garda and saying he or she has no right to give a penalty’
Leo Varadkar has refused to condemn Verona Murphy, the Fine Gael by-election candidate, for contacting a Road Safety Authority employee during a truck inspection.
Murphy, who is contesting the Wexford Dáil seat vacated by Mick Wallace, has already had to apologise...
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