Donnelly rules out joining Ross alliance

Donnelly rules out joining Ross alliance
Stephen Donnelly

Independent TD Stephen Donnelly has ruled out joining Shane Ross's new alliance.

The Wicklow deputy says he wishes the alliance well, but has decided he doesn't want to be part of it himself.

The TD had previously ruled out joining the new party being founded by Lucinda Creighton.

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