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Haughey’s low-key ally Vincent Brady leaves €31m – and GAA tickets

Former Fianna Fáil TD bequeaths 14 properties, Croke Park seats, plus shares and cash in his will

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Vincent Brady in the early 1990s

Vincent Brady in the early 1990s

Vincent Brady attended O'Connell's CBS on North Richmond Street, Dublin

Vincent Brady attended O'Connell's CBS on North Richmond Street, Dublin

This picture from the 1990s shows British Army watchtowers in the distance, as Mick Daly of the 27th infantry battalion briefs then Minister for Defence Vincent Brady, with Pvt John Dermody (left) and Sgt Pat Gibney keeping guard. Picture: Tom Conachy

This picture from the 1990s shows British Army watchtowers in the distance, as Mick Daly of the 27th infantry battalion briefs then Minister for Defence Vincent Brady, with Pvt John Dermody (left) and Sgt Pat Gibney keeping guard. Picture: Tom Conachy

Vincent Brady (back row, second from right) in Charlie Haughey's cabinet. Picture by Tony Gavin

Vincent Brady (back row, second from right) in Charlie Haughey's cabinet. Picture by Tony Gavin

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Vincent Brady in the early 1990s

Former Fianna Fáil TD Vincent Brady has left over €31m in his will, bequeathing his ministerial pension, his Oireachtas pension and his state pension to his “estranged spouse” Mollie.

The life-long GAA supporter also left two of his four “long-term period tickets for Croke Park” to his partner, Dymphna O’Moore, and the other two to his children, Patricia, Anthony and Ronan, “equally for the use of the family business”.


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