Tuesday November 24, 2020

FF’s slide puts a static FG vote ahead amid SF gains

Enda Kenny is determined to stay for the long haul, while Sinn Féin plays the neutrality card and the AAA-PBP alliance loses ground

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

27th November, 2016
FG creeps ahead of FG Pic: Collins

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been criticised for not putting US president Donald Trump in his place. He has been accused of presiding over a ‘do-nothing’ minority government.

But the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll shows that after a tumultuous 200 days in government, his Fine Gael party is now ahead of Fianna Fáil again for the first time since the general election.

It is hardly a major cause for celebration,...

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