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More of the same for Varadkar at general election

Despite the rhetoric around the green wave, it’s business as usual for Fine Gael

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

2nd June, 2019

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe was walking in the footsteps of one of his predecessors when he turned up at the Treasury Building in Dublin last week.

It was built by developers Johnny Ronan and Paddy McKillen, and has been rented for years by the National Treasury Management Agency and Nama.

It was here that the then finance minister Charlie McCreevy turned up to face the media after Fianna Fáil had suffered a drubbing in...

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