Wednesday February 26, 2020

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When Fine Gael broke its promise not to make unrealistic health service pledges, the result was a summer of discontent for backbenchers

9th July, 2011
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Cheers echoed a cross the town square in Roscommon last February as the Fine Gael leader made his vow before the people of the area to defend their local hospital services once elected to government - a pledge that has now come back to haunt the party.

This was no hasty promise By Kenny responding to media prodding but a carefully crafted speech that touched on all the issues affecting the Roscommon area.

Kenny was...

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