Taoiseach refuses to rule out coalition with SF
But Micheál Martin claims the opposition party’s policies lack credibility and will ‘cripple the enterprise base of the economy’
Micheál Martin has not ruled out the prospect of Fianna Fáil going into coalition with Sinn Féin after the next election, but has claimed the main opposition party’s current policy platform is not credible and will “cripple the enterprise base of the economy”.
The Taoiseach also accused Mary Lou McDonald’s party of being in “destructive, resolute opposition mode”, and argued its economic policies would create...
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