Friday February 21, 2020

Government parties hold on to support

After a difficult month, Fine Gael and Labour have slipped slightly, writes Richard Colwell.

28th April, 2012

The past two weeks have seen the start of serious campaigning on the EU fiscal treaty, with a noticeable shift to news about the No camp. This has involved a series of trade unions announcing that they are recommending their members should vote No, and has also included some doubts being thrown on the treaty by France's presidential election, where lead candidate Francois Hollande has suggested he will revisit the treaty if he is elected.

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