Friday June 5, 2020

Harris to come through SF motion, but watch FF TDs

There are those in Fianna Fáil who may not be present to hit the abstention button, in what some could interpret as a further sign of growing disillusionment within the party over confidence and supply

19th February, 2019
Minister for Health Simon Harris. Pic:

A difficult few weeks for Minister for Health Simon Harris will continue in the Dáil tomorrow afternoon as he faces a motion of no confidence tabled by Sinn Féin.

The outcome is a fait accompli, with Fianna Fáil not willing to put the future of the government at risk amid continued uncertainty over the outcome of the Brexit crisis. The party underwriting Fine Gael in government will likely abstain in the...

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