Divisions in Fianna Fáil over its position on the EU fiscal treaty have re-emerged after former deputy leader Éamon Ó Cuív suggested that Ireland could vote again if the treaty was rejected on May 31.
Ó Cuív lost his deputy leader's position in February when he refused to adopt the parliamentary party's position in support of the fiscal compact. Last Thursday night he told a public meeting in Dublin that "we...
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