Thursday June 4, 2020

Has the coalition’s recovery sunk beneath the waves?

Any past misdeeds may be water under the bridge for Sinn Féin, but the government parties are not so easily forgiven – especially for water charges

26th April, 2015

Last month, The Sunday Business Post published the Red C poll that government strategists had been waiting for. Finally a significant uplift was seen for the government parties that appeared to suggest the public had begun to give credit to Fine Gael and Labour for the improving economic situation. Surely this was the start of the momentum returning to the government parties.

A month on, and instead of building on those gains, Fine Gael and...

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