Take your partners for the 31st Dáil

There are three possible outcomes of Friday’s election, all of which involve Fine Gael as the main party in government

19th February, 2011
Take your partners for the 31st Dáil
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Barring an unprecedented political earthquake in the next four days, there are three possible outcomes to Friday’s vote.

All election campaigns are inherently volatile and subject to last-minute change, and opinion polls are a guide to people’s intentions, not a cast-iron prediction of the result.

Yet the state of public opinion is clear: the voters are about to throw Fianna Fáil out of office, and replace the former natural party of...

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