Country ‘held to ransom’ over water charges - FG
"There is a growing sense of frustration," one party member said
Fine Gael is warning that Fianna Fáil is “holding the country to ransom” with its refusal to back down on the suspension of water charges.
It came after an hour-long meeting between acting Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin in Government Buildings produced no resolution yesterday.
A senior Fine Gael source said the party was now more concerned about the prospects of forming a...
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