Adams gambles future on bid for Irish seat

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams will risk his political future and fight for election in the Irish Republic to highlight the battle against its economic crisis, he said yesterday.

In a shock move, he is to resign his seats in the Northern Ireland Assembly and at Westminster to defend the Co Louth seat being vacated by party colleague Arthur Morgan.

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