Sinn Féin’s policies don’t hold up to proper scrutiny
Sinn Féin’s unlikely resurgence could put it in position to become part of the next government, but its populist stance on issues such as tax could be disastrous for the economy
Focus has inevitably turned to the Sinn Féin party during this general election campaign, as it has increased support dramatically in successive opinion polls.
Today’s Business Post poll showed Sinn Féin climbing eight points, since the last poll in November, to 19 per cent. If this is replicated in voting on February 8, it would be difficult for the two main parties to ignore Sinn Féin in the context of forming a...
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