Midlands Publican Plans To Never Open On Good Friday

It is six years since the ban on selling alcohol was overturned in the Dail.

Tomorrow will be the sixth year pubs will be open on Good Friday.

The ban on selling alcohol on the religious holiday came into effect in 1927.

The Dáil overturned the decades long rule with all-party support in 2018.

But John Edward Moloney, a publican in Laois, is sticking to tradition:

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