Fine Gael unafraid of calling second election if government fails to work

Senior party sources warn against a “humiliation” strategy

8th May, 2016
Enda Kenny will have a fair idea where his party stands after six months Pic: RollingNews.ie

Fine Gael is warning that it will not be afraid to call a second election if the new minority government fails to work.

As newly appointed ministers spent this weekend being briefed on their new portfolios, senior party sources warned against a “humiliation” strategy from other parties.

“It’ll become very obvious if it’s about humiliation. The public will get sick of people who will be doing that. It will be fairly obvious if...

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