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Old 24-10-2019, 01:33 PM
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Old 31-10-2019, 01:29 PM
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Kevin Doyle and Caroline O'Doherty

October 31 2019 2:30 AM


The Taoiseach and four Fine Gael ministers have declined to express support for ‘swing-gate’ TD Maria Bailey who is facing possible deselection as a general election candidate this evening.

Speaking to reporters at a Climate Action event, Leo Varadkar said the issue was one for party members in Ms Bailey’s Dun Laoghaire constituency to decide.

“I have full confidence in any candidate who is selected and ratified to run for our party but we are a democratic party and it is the members in the constituencies who make that decision and I don’t want to say anything more about it for that reason,” he said.

Health Minister Simon Harris said grassroots members of Fine Gael would not appreciate somebody interfering in a key meeting due to take place in the constituency.

“I think it would be extraordinarily unhelpful and rude for anybody not a member of that constituency to interfere in that democratic process,” he said.

Culture Minister Josepha Madigan said it would be inappropriate to get involved. Climate Action Minister Richard Bruton and Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy also declined to comment.

A motion is to be debated tonight at a meeting of the local Fine Gael organisation seeking a review of the candidates selected for the next general election, expected to be held in the spring.

The political future of Ms Bailey will be decided by secret ballot tonight.
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Old 31-10-2019, 01:38 PM
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Even if Maria is thrown to the wolves and can't run again, she'll have the pension to fall back on won't she?
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Old 31-10-2019, 02:03 PM
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Even if Maria is thrown to the wolves and can't run again, she'll have the pension to fall back on won't she?
Not sure, I think the rules used be a full term and a day of the next term to qualify.
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Old 31-10-2019, 02:36 PM
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Old 31-10-2019, 04:31 PM
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Even if Maria is thrown to the wolves and can't run again, she'll have the pension to fall back on won't she?
Very small pension and only when she hits 65. A few whiplash cases will be needed to allow her live in a manner she wants to be accustomed to!!
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Old 31-10-2019, 04:33 PM
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Kevin Doyle and Caroline O'Doherty

October 31 2019 2:30 AM


The Taoiseach and four Fine Gael ministers have declined to express support for ‘swing-gate’ TD Maria Bailey who is facing possible deselection as a general election candidate this evening.

Speaking to reporters at a Climate Action event, Leo Varadkar said the issue was one for party members in Ms Bailey’s Dun Laoghaire constituency to decide.

“I have full confidence in any candidate who is selected and ratified to run for our party but we are a democratic party and it is the members in the constituencies who make that decision and I don’t want to say anything more about it for that reason,” he said.

Health Minister Simon Harris said grassroots members of Fine Gael would not appreciate somebody interfering in a key meeting due to take place in the constituency.

“I think it would be extraordinarily unhelpful and rude for anybody not a member of that constituency to interfere in that democratic process,” he said.

Culture Minister Josepha Madigan said it would be inappropriate to get involved. Climate Action Minister Richard Bruton and Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy also declined to comment.

A motion is to be debated tonight at a meeting of the local Fine Gael organisation seeking a review of the candidates selected for the next general election, expected to be held in the spring.

The political future of Ms Bailey will be decided by secret ballot tonight.
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If Josepha had said that day 1 there's be none of this.....
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Old 31-10-2019, 04:47 PM
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Old 31-10-2019, 04:49 PM
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If she's deselected she will run as an independent.

And she will get elected.
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Old 31-10-2019, 04:50 PM
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Kevin Doyle and Caroline O'Doherty

October 31 2019 2:30 AM


The Taoiseach and four Fine Gael ministers have declined to express support for ‘swing-gate’ TD Maria Bailey who is facing possible deselection as a general election candidate this evening.

Speaking to reporters at a Climate Action event, Leo Varadkar said the issue was one for party members in Ms Bailey’s Dun Laoghaire constituency to decide.

“I have full confidence in any candidate who is selected and ratified to run for our party but we are a democratic party and it is the members in the constituencies who make that decision and I don’t want to say anything more about it for that reason,” he said.

Health Minister Simon Harris said grassroots members of Fine Gael would not appreciate somebody interfering in a key meeting due to take place in the constituency.

“I think it would be extraordinarily unhelpful and rude for anybody not a member of that constituency to interfere in that democratic process,” he said.

Culture Minister Josepha Madigan said it would be inappropriate to get involved. Climate Action Minister Richard Bruton and Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy also declined to comment.

A motion is to be debated tonight at a meeting of the local Fine Gael organisation seeking a review of the candidates selected for the next general election, expected to be held in the spring.

The political future of Ms Bailey will be decided by secret ballot tonight.

Democratic until it comes to electing the party leader Leo - two thirds of FG membership wanted Simon Coveney as their leader rather than you.
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