Sunday March 29, 2020

Pat Rabbitte; FF’s obfuscation is running out of road

If a government is not elected on Wednesday it’s Election 2016 mark II

17th April, 2016
Will we be heading for the polls again? Pic: RollingNews.ie

To hell with the national interest, it can wait until we are again the largest party. From the beginning, Fianna Fáil has been determined not to serve in any government where the party is not top dog. Buoyed up by its unexpectedly good election results, the party believes that one more push and the country is theirs.

However, Fianna Fáil knows it must avoid getting the blame for an unnecessary second election. Party...

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