Every major event in life usually involves a written document. Babies get a birth certificate. Couples getting married have to sign the register. Homebuyers have to sign their mortgage forms. And so on.
But as the saga of the government negotiations enters its eighth week, there is a reluctance in some parts of Fianna Fáil to sign on the dotted line for a minority government.
The argument among Fianna Fáil TDs is that...
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