Friday June 5, 2020

Pat Leahy: Ireland will have a left-wing government. But not next year

8th February, 2015
GHerard Crowley's cartoon

With not much more than a year to go before the next election, nobody has a clue what the next government will look like. A year out from the last election, it was pretty clear that Fine Gael would form the mainstay of the next government, probably in coalition with Labour. There is no such certainty nowadays.

This makes it more likely that we will have a frantic, hyper-competitive – and potentially very expensive –...

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