Running a full term: Coalition partners weigh pros and cons of March election

The prospect of an October election is growing in the two largest government parties after local election votes

Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan (left), Taoiseach Simon Harris (centre) and Tánaiste Micheál Martin: both the taoiseach and the tánaiste are determined the coalition will stay in power until March 2025. Picture: PA

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