Can Donohoe deliver FG’s coveted three in a row?

The government hopes that a ‘prudent budget’ will position it for a return to power at the next general election

6th October, 2019

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar must have been inspired by his visits to Croke Park this year to see the Dublin men’s football team winning ‘five-in-a-row’ and the Dublin ladies team winning ‘three-in-a-row”.

He told the Fine Gael faithful at the party’s presidential dinner in Dublin last night that he was now targeting a ‘three-in-a- row’ for Fine Gael – a third successive term in government which the party has never...

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