Saturday September 19, 2020

It’s all pain and no gain for the Soldiers of Destiny

Latest Red C poll shows satisfaction with the government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic has collapsed since Micheál Martin became Taoiseach in late June, and that FF support now stands at just 4 per cent in Dublin

13th September, 2020
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A series of issues mainly put upon him by his Fianna Fáil colleagues’ bad judgment, including the loss of two Ministers for Agriculture in just a few weeks, have done Micheál Martin and his party no favours

What has appeared to be a relatively bad start for Micheál Martin as Taoiseach, has likely been made worse by the further collapse in support for his party in today’s poll.

A series of issues mainly put upon him by his Fianna Fáil colleagues’ bad judgment, including the loss of two Ministers for Agriculture in just...

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