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    Will a lefty T.D. now step fourth to challenge Promissory Note deal in our Courts?

    Will they put their money where their mouth is n take a case to the Courts?

    The High Court has ruled that a private citizen has no legal standing to challenge the promissory not deal and that only a member of the Dáil can take a case.

    Will Sinn Féin provide a litigant and why have they not moved long before now? Will another lefty beat them to it?


    Citizen has no legal standing to take promissory note case, court rules | Irish Examiner

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    They will if the Taxpayer, us, pays for the case. If there is any chance they have to pay up, then No Case

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcolebrooke View Post
    Will a lefty T.D. now step fourth to challenge Promissory Note deal in our Courts?

    Will they put their money where their mouth is n take a case to the Courts?

    The High Court has ruled that a private citizen has no legal standing to challenge the promissory not deal and that only a member of the Dáil can take a case.

    Will Sinn Féin provide a litigant and why have they not moved long before now? Will another lefty beat them to it?


    Citizen has no legal standing to take promissory note case, court rules | Irish Examiner
    Mr. Ross, where are you hiding?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouKnowWhatIMeanLike View Post
    Mr. Ross, where are you hiding?
    Ross a lefty???????

    Clare Daly if she can

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    Very hard to see how the lefty T.D.s can now face the electorate without taking a case.

    Were they to win they would be swept to power in the next election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob3367 View Post
    Ross a lefty???????

    Clare Daly if she can
    whats' the neo-liberal version of champagne socialist?

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    And loose out on a lucrative directorship when they loose their seat? they will need the job to boost their paltry TD's pension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcolebrooke View Post
    Will a lefty T.D. now step fourth to challenge Promissory Note deal in our Courts?

    Will they put their money where their mouth is n take a case to the Courts?

    The High Court has ruled that a private citizen has no legal standing to challenge the promissory not deal and that only a member of the Dáil can take a case.

    Will Sinn Féin provide a litigant and why have they not moved long before now? Will another lefty beat them to it?


    Citizen has no legal standing to take promissory note case, court rules | Irish Examiner
    Why should it have to be a "lefty"?
    Repeal the 27th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YouKnowWhatIMeanLike View Post
    whats' the neo-liberal version of champagne socialist?
    Joe Higgins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercurial View Post
    Why should it have to be a "lefty"?
    Good question.

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