The coalition parties might be feeling jittery about their chances of re-election

But global events could work in their favour..

4th October, 2015
European Commissioner and confidant of the Taoiseach Phil Hogan

There was an another acute outbreak of election jitters around Leinster House last week. European Commissioner and confidant of the Taoiseach Phil Hogan warned a visiting group of Fine Gaelers in Brussels that they should be ready for a November election, which fairly gave everyone the heebie jeebies. Then the former Fine Gael minister and Newstalk broadcaster Ivan Yates told his listeners he reckoned Election Day would be November 20.

TDs were reported to be packing...

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