Sinn Féin’s increased popularity should put its policies under the spotlight

Including Mary Lou McDonald in the leaders’ debates will give voters an opportunity to hear what her party stands for

26th January, 2020
Sinn Féin’s increased popularity should put its policies under the spotlight

Sinn Féin are clearly doing well in today’s Business Post/Red C opinion poll, extending the momentum the party has built up since the election was called just under two weeks ago. At 19 per cent, it is not just in a clear third place, but challenging Fine Gael for second spot.

That will, if anything, embolden the party’s demands for its leader Mary Lou McDonald to be included in the final...

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