Saturday February 29, 2020

We deserve more than political soap opera

There’s no drama in policy – that’s why Michael McGrath gets free press with coalition talk.

15th August, 2015
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Lucinda Creighton is guaranteed more media coverage for comments she might make about her attitude to government, than for anything to do with Renua.

The game of musical chairs is underway. Most in Fine Gael won’t go into government with Fianna Fáil although some might. But few, if any of them, would do a deal with Sinn Féin. They like Labour and might work with Renua and the host of other smaller parties and independents needed to edge towards a Dáil majority after the next general election.

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