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Gerry Adams confirmed as Sinn Féin nomination for taoiseach

Leader admits his party "hit a few crossbars" in election

8th March, 2016
Adams and Aenghus O'Snodaigh today Pic:

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has confirmed he will be his party’s nomination for the position of taoiseach.

Adams revealed he was selected after the party’s Oireachtas Group met in Leinster House this morning before the Dáil reconvenes on Thursday.

Adams said his party would be the largest left-wing party in the Dáil. He added it would not enter into any arrangements with Fianna Fáil or Fine...

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