Varadkar is first choice as taoiseach in FF-FG coalition
The latest Business Post/Red C poll indicates that the current incumbent would be first choice in any ‘rotating Taoiseach’ arrangement between the two parties
Far more voters want to see Leo Varadkar as the first Taoiseach in any new coalition between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil, according to the latest Business Post/Red C poll.
It they do form a coalition government, the two parties are expected to agree on a “rotating Taoiseach” arrangement which would involve Varadkar and Micheál...
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