All bets are off: Fine Gael's momentum in the polls has stopped dead in its tracks - Irish Independent Irish IndependentAll bets are off: Fine Gael's momentum in the polls has stopped dead in its tracksIrish IndependentFine Gael's pre-Christmas momentum has stopped in its tracks. The Independents are holding firm. Labour is hovering at or below 10pc. Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin are neck and neck. Any shifts in recent polls has been well within the margin of error.'Fianna Fail's rural manifesto stands for action, unlike Fine Gael's fluff'AgrilandLatest opinion poll shows Fine Gael down and Labour upNewstalk 106-108 fmPeople in the West 'treated like second-class citizens under Fine Gael/Labour'An PhoblachtSunday Business Postvšech 67 zpravodajských článků »
Taoiseach puts Fine Gael Ministers on election footing - Irish Times Irish TimesTaoiseach puts Fine Gael Ministers on election footingIrish TimesPolitical parties are making preparations for the calling of the general election with Fine Gael Ministers last night briefed on key elements of the party's manifesto by Taoiseach Enda Kenny. Key staff in Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil yesterday moved to ...Burton plays down plan to 'take out' weaker Fine Gael candidatesIrish IndependentYoung Fine Gael put pressure on TaoiseachThe Clare HeraldNoonan declines to speculate on election dateRTE.ieBBC News -Herald.ie -Newstalk 106-108 fmvšech 48 zpravodajských článků »
Fine Gael set to drop promise of free GP care from election manifesto - BreakingNews.ie BreakingNews.ieFine Gael set to drop promise of free GP care from election manifestoBreakingNews.ieHealth Minister Leo Varadkar has said that introducing free GP care for everyone in the country is not achievable. Fine Gael is set to drop the promise of free GP care from its election manifesto, just months after rolling back on its commitment to ...Varadkar believes free GP care 'not achievable' in five yearsIrish Timesvšech 6 zpravodajských článků »
Labour aim to 'take out' second-tier Fine Gael candidates in election - Herald.ie Herald.ieLabour aim to 'take out' second-tier Fine Gael candidates in electionHerald.ieWith Taoiseach Enda Kenny now leaning towards an election date of February 26, voters who are set on supporting Fine Gael in the ballot boxes are being asked to pass their support on to Labour “in the interests of ensuring the re-election of the ...Fine Gael to give extra resources to certain candidatesIrish TimesEnda Kenny is biggest threat to Fine Gael election victoryIrish ExaminerFine Gael blocked abortion debate at ard fheisIrish IndependentBreakingNews.ie -TodayFM -Belfast Telegraphvšech 52 zpravodajských článků »
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