Tuesday August 11, 2020

Hugh O'Connell: 'There is lingering confusion about FF on water charges'

It might partly explain why support for the party has fallen in four consecutive Red C/Sunday Business Post polls

29th November, 2016
Could water charges sink FF? Pic: Getty

When Fianna Fáil went to the country last February and told voters it would abolish Irish Water and water charges, you would have thought its position on the issue was pretty clear.

Its stance was underlined by its insistence on their suspension as part of the confidence and supply deal with Fine Gael - and subsequent submission to the expert water commission that charges should be abolished.

Yet there is lingering confusion about...

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