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Storm clouds gather for coalition parties ahead of election

Business turns on FG and Labour auction politics

14th February, 2016
Taoiseach Enda Kenny

The coalition is facing a mid-campaign maelstrom of bad news this weekend with criticism from the country’s most influential business lobby, revelations that ministers skipped important European meetings and a new poll that shows the combined support for Fine Gael and Labour fell by five points during the first week of campaigning, while Sinn Féin is gaining ground.

In addition, analysis by The Sunday Business Post of the businesses visited by...

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