Monday May 25, 2020

Pat Rabbitte: New politics is a nonsense, and the public knows it

Today’s poll shows the electorate takes a dim view of needless divisions in government

17th July, 2016
Michael Martin will be happier then Enda Kenny with today's results

Today’s Sunday Business Post opinion poll comes in the wake of the worst week in the short life of this government. The decision of our nearest neighbour and largest trading partner to pull out of the EU has injected unease and uncertainty into the body politic. The tremors felt in Birmingham and Brixton have had reverberations in Ballina, Ballincollig and Ballymena. And we haven’t seen anything yet.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s authority...

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