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Senan Molony is the current Political Editor for the Irish Daily Mail. He has also been Deputy Political Editor for the Irish Independent. Molony broke the news of politician Michael Healy-Rae's Celebrities go Wild voting scandal, receiving the award for Scoop of the Year at the National Newspapers of Ireland's Journalism Awards. He also covered news of the Aengus Ó Snodaigh printer cartridge scandal. Molony once asked Taoiseach Enda Kenny to define "cloud computing", a move described as "cheeky" by his rivals.

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  • Senan Molony is the current Political Editor for the Irish Daily Mail. He has also been Deputy Political Editor for the Irish Independent. Molony broke the news of politician Michael Healy-Rae's Celebrities go Wild voting scandal, receiving the award for Scoop of the Year at the National Newspapers of Ireland's Journalism Awards. He also covered news of the Aengus Ó Snodaigh printer cartridge scandal. Molony once asked Taoiseach Enda Kenny to define "cloud computing", a move described as "cheeky" by his rivals.
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  • Senan Molony is the current Political Editor for the Irish Daily Mail. He has also been Deputy Political Editor for the Irish Independent. Molony broke the news of politician Michael Healy-Rae's Celebrities go Wild voting scandal, receiving the award for Scoop of the Year at the National Newspapers of Ireland's Journalism Awards. He also covered news of the Aengus Ó Snodaigh printer cartridge scandal. Molony once asked Taoiseach Enda Kenny to define "cloud computing", a move described as "cheeky" by his rivals.
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