Friday June 5, 2020

Why are FG ministers rehabilitating FF

Today’s poll shows government should stick to the script on the economy

25th January, 2015
Pat Rabbitte.

It was unlikely that either party in the coalition government was going to be railroaded into a 2015 general election by the spate of yuletide coverage on the prospects for such an event, and both parties will be reaffirmed in their resolve in this matter as a result of the first Sunday Business Post/Red C poll of the year.

A rise of six points for the government parties is enough to encourage the view that...

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