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Fine Gael TDs in talks about future of Noonan

There are mixed views on whether Noonan will return to cabinet

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

17th April, 2016
Michael Noonan

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan’s future in cabinet is being openly discussed by Fine Gael backbenchers for the first time.

Noonan, 72, is understood to have been in favour of a coalition deal with Fianna Fáil rather than a minority government arrangement.

He is also facing the prospect of facing an even bigger workload in any second term as finance minister because of the likely prospect of the Department of Finance being...

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