Wednesday May 27, 2020

Labour and Fine Gael must campaign together

28th June, 2015

The long countdown to the next general election is now well under way. Both the Taoiseach and Tánaiste have expressed a clear preference for a Spring 2016 election. However, the final call rests with Enda Kenny and he has allowed himself a little wriggle room on the matter. Despite the speculation about an election just after the budget, my money is firmly on a date somewhere around late February next year.

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