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Poll boost for FG/FF, but no rest ahead

Fine Gael is up by one point in our latest poll after Leo Varadkar’s talk of cutting taxes last week - but it faces plenty of challenges between now and Christmas

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
25th November, 2018
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Politicians always have to possess the ability to know not just what the voters want now – but what they might want in the future.

Minister for Business Heather Humphreys spoke last week about how she used to watch the BBC show Tomorrow’s World, but she never imagined seeing the first driverless minibus taking to the streets of Dublin or drones delivering parcels to Clare Island in her lifetime.

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