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McKay 'knows where bodies are buried' in coaching controversy

Suzanne Breen

Published 01/09/2016 | 02:30

Daithí McKay. Photo: Paul Faith/PA Wire
Daithí McKay. Photo: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Until now, it was widely believed Daithí McKay would be staying schtum. He had taken a bullet for Sinn Féin by shouldering the blame for the Jamie Bryson coaching controversy.

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Mr McKay was swiftly suspended from the party when the story broke. But the word on the political grapevine was that he would - after a decent interval - be reinstated and boxed off with another paid position.

Some suggested he may even end up back at Stormont as a special adviser. Now, it appears, Daithí McKay may not be prepared to go quietly after all.

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