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The Taoiseach is attaching great importance to the rising challenge of getting the ‘right’ result in the Lisbon Treaty referendum this week.

7th June, 2008

The Taoiseach is attaching great importance to the rising challenge of getting the ‘right’ result in the Lisbon Treaty referendum this week.

He has led the campaign from the front, and his ministers, eager to ingratiate themselves with their new boss, have been busy in their constituencies in support. The Dail won’t sit this week, to allow ever more frenzied local vote-getting, so ministers will spend little enough time in their departments in...

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