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    Default Who's funding Direct Democracy Ireland?

    Fair play to DDI and Ben Gilroy. They ran a good campaign in the Meath East by-election with a very entertaining version of "New York New York". A new political party, with a number of offices throughout the country.

    Simple question, how are they funded? Excellent website and constituency office cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ger12 View Post
    Fair play to DDI and Ben Gilroy. They ran a good campaign in the Meath East by-election with a very entertaining version of "New York New York". A new political party, with a number of offices throughout the country.

    Simple question, how are they funded? Excellent website and constituency office cost.

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    Not the taxpayer or unions

    That gets my vote

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