Time To Move On From 'Famine Queen's Husband' Statue At Leinster House

It has unsuccessfully been removed a number of times.

It's time that  a statue of the "famine queen's husband" is moved from the grounds of Leinster House. 

Meath West TD Peadar Tóibín says Prince Albert has been moved into a corner and for most of the year it is invisible as there is a hedge growing around it. 

There have been a number of unsuccessful attempts to remove it. 

The Aontú leader says it's time to move on:

 

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