Sinn Féin poised to lead anti-treaty charge

The treaty campaign offers Sinn Féin a priceless platform as leader of the No side, writes Niamh Connolly, Political Correspondent.

4th March, 2012
Sinn Féin poised to lead anti-treaty charge
Sinn Féin's 'austerity' language has been borrowed by independent Shane Ross. Photo: Photocall

The forces of opposition to the EU fiscal treaty are oiling up their campaign machines to take to the doorsteps and the airwaves once more, as a raft of groups on the No side plan their assault.

Outside the Dáil, a number of activists with decades of experience in fighting EU referendums, such as Patricia McKenna and the People's Movement and Anthony Coughlan of the National Platform, are preparing to go back on the trail....

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