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Government banking on Brian to deliver on childcare

The penny finally dropped for Fianna Fail about the crisis in childcare when the party lost last year’s Meath by-election, having faced down angry parents on the doorsteps of sprawling new housing estates.

8th April, 2006

The penny finally dropped for Fianna Fail about the crisis in childcare when the party lost last year’s Meath by-election, having faced down angry parents on the doorsteps of sprawling new housing estates. The government parties are hoping that Brian Lenihan’s new Office of the Minister for Children will allay voter concern on the issue in the run-up to the 2007 general election.

An experienced barrister, Lenihan’s feet are finally under the...

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