What the Civil War parties are likely to battle over
While many believe there is little between FF and FG in policy terms, there are still a lot of issues that need ironing out
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil have been told by their opponents to put an end to Civil War politics because there are no major differences between them.
But amidst all the pressure on both parties to form a grand coalition, they have very different approaches on far more than just water charges and the health service.
Here are some of the policy positions that both parties will have to resolve in any grand...
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