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Strength in numbers as parties get ready to rumble

January is usually one of those months when politicians try to appear as active as possible while spending as much time as possible out of the country on 'fact-finding' delegations and 'remember-me' holidays with their families.

21st January, 2006

January is usually one of those months when politicians try to appear as active as possible while spending as much time as possible out of the country on 'fact-finding' delegations and 'remember-me' holidays with their families.

The stories flow and the action keeps going, but the reality is that there’s precious little actually happening.

This year is different. By taking what seems like half the cabinet with him to India, Taoiseach Bertie Ahern...

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