Tuesday January 28, 2020

FF loses ground as all roads lead to Brexit

Small changes in voter preference reflect both a deep concern about ‘no deal’ and a reluctance to change party allegiance until Brexit is over or an election is in view, writes Richard Colwell

27th January, 2019

It feels like a somewhat strange situation in Irish politics right now. The importance of Brexit, and the impact it might have, hangs heavily over the political landscape, suffocating pretty much everything else. Most parties generally support and are working toward the endgame of trying to deliver the best possible outcome for Ireland. This in turn has led to an extension of the confidence and supply agreement, which inevitably makes it hard to land punches...

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