Coalition enters a no-fly zone

A stand-off between the coalition partners over the second terminal at Dublin Airport appears set to continue until the cabinet meeting to discuss the issue in early April.

26th March, 2005

A stand-off between the coalition partners over the second terminal at Dublin Airport appears set to continue until the cabinet meeting to discuss the issue in early April.

If the campaign by Progressive Democrats transport spokesman Tom Morrissey against any Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) role in the second terminal remains the view of Tánaiste Mary Harney, then a major wrangle is on the cards.

But last week's statement by Harney in the Dáil...

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