Chosen enforcer of property tax
Published 24/02/2013 | 04:00
GENTLE Josephine stole the show. The unlikely champion of Ireland's enforcers led the Revenue gang into the dungeons of Leinster House.
Flanked by seven male comrades, Josephine sat serenely in the middle of a long line of grey-suited, balding apparatchiks, parrying TDs' questions about the activities of her unloved Revenue Commissioners.
Last Thursday, Joseph Stalin would have been proud of Josephine Feehily.