Election threats will kill SF’s no confidence vote
Fianna Fáil fears that it is being goaded into an election, but will not allow that to happen on Sinn Féin’s terms
During a snappy Dáil debate last week on the soaring social housing list, Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy was castigated by his opponents not only for his policies, but for his body language.
“I listened attentively when the minister made his contribution and I would appreciate if he reciprocated rather than played with his phone,” Fianna Fáil’s John Brassil complained.
In his defence, the housing minister claimed...
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