Saturday 14 December 2019


THE ICE LADY COMETH: In a week where 53 per cent of voters declared they wanted a new party, could a small gathering in the modest Dublin suburb of Roselawn represent the moment where the much sought-for movement began? Mortgage arrears advocate David Hall, centre, former FG Minister Lucinda Creighton, who resigned on a point of principle, and Independent TD Stephen Donnelly, right, come from different political backgrounds and share different views. They were also coy about whether a new party is in gestation. Ireland's newest troika were, however, united about the need for what Dublin West candidate Mr Hall called 'a new breeze that will sweep away a political class who simply do not understand the people's pockets have been absolutely emptied'. Photo: David Conachy

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