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Peace has broken out between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael

There are hints that an extension to the confidence and supply deal is afoot

26th August, 2018
Fianna Fáils, Michael McGrath

Béal na Bláth might seem like an unlikely place for an outbreak of peace to take place between Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael.

But it was here that the early summer hostilities were put to rest the week before last when the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, used the 96th commemoration of the killing of Michael Collins to praise Fianna Fáil for its role in the confidence and supply...

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