FG and Labour need agreement on economy

The two parties have still failed to agree a common economic strategy for if – and when – they get into power, writes Niamh Connolly, Political Correspondent

13th November, 2010
FG and Labour need agreement on economy
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The two parties have still failed to agree a common economic strategy for if – and when – they get into power, writes Niamh Connolly, Political Correspondent

The recurring debate on the need for economic consensus among political parties was revived by EU economic commissioner Olli Rehn during his visit to Dublin last week - only to be rejected once again by the opposition parties.

Both Fine Gael and the Labour Party said they were...

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