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Daggers drawn as FG-Labour relations sink to fresh lows

Relations between Fine Gael and Labour are at their lowest point since the two parties entered government, according to coalition insiders with knowledge of the situation.

2nd February, 2014
Ruairi­ Quinn

Relations between Fine Gael and Labour are at their lowest point since the two parties entered government, according to coalition insiders with knowledge of the situation.

Senior officials on either side have sought to ease tensions in recent days, fearful of the destabilising consequences of allowing tensions to worsen.

A series of rows in recent weeks have led senior sources on both sides of the coalition frankly to confirm the worsening relations between the two...

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