Kinahanís home burgled as DUP reclaim South Antrim

Thursday, 15 June 2017

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DANNY Kinahan lost his seat in the House of Commons this week as Paul Girvan reclaimed South Antrim for the DUP.
And if that wasn't bad enough for Mr Kinahan, the constituency's MP at Westminster for the last two years, he revealed that his Templepatrick home was burgled as he fought the election.
Mr Kinahan said that a new set of golf clubs and 130 bottles of 'rather good wine' were stolen by the criminals.
Meanwhile, the DUP success has propelled Mr Girvan and the party's other nine MPs into the UK-wide spotlight - as talks continue which could see them propping up the Conservative Party in the House of Commons.
DUP sources have confirmed that talks are already under way to appoint a successor to Mr Girvan at Stormont.
*Full election coverage in this week's Antrim Guardian


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