Fine Gael TDs warn of 'silent No vote' in rural communities - Herald HeraldFine Gael TDs warn of 'silent No vote' in rural communitiesHeraldFine Gael bosses have become extremely anxious about the referendum result in recent days due to the negative feedback being received at party headquarters. Rural-based TDs and senators say party supporters are being increasingly challenged over the ...FG politicians warn of silent 'No' vote on campaign trailIrish Independentvšech 3 zpravodajských článků »
Fine Gael adds Richard Bruton to Dublin Bay North ticket - Irish Times Irish TimesFine Gael adds Richard Bruton to Dublin Bay North ticketIrish TimesFine Gael's executive council has added Minister for Jobs and Enterprise Richard Bruton to the party's general election ticket for Dublin Bay North after his failure to win a nomination at Thursday's selection convention. Cllr Naoise Ó Muirí was ...Bruton added to Fine Gael election ticketRTE.ieJobs Minister Richard Bruton is not selected by Fine Gael for 2016 General ...Irish IndependentBruton not on Fine Gael ticket for General ElectionNewstalk 106-108 fmIrish Mirror -Irish Examiner -Yahoo News UKvšech 28 zpravodajských článků »
Tanaiste refuses to commit to pact with Fine Gael ahead of election - Irish Independent Irish IndependentTanaiste refuses to commit to pact with Fine Gael ahead of electionIrish IndependentPublished 10/05/2015 | 12:47. 0 Comments; Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email. Tánaiste Joan Burton Open Gallery 1 Tánaiste Joan Burton. TANAISTE Joan Burton has today refused to commit the Labour Party into a vote pact with Fine Gael ahead of ...'Labour will not fall like Lib Dems'Irish ExaminerConservative Party's election victory – what it means for IrelandIrish TimesThe Dáil Bar: Irish parties have lessons to learn from the UK electionsNewstalk 106-108 fmAn Phoblachtvšech 10 zpravodajských článků »
Noel Whelan: Fine prospects for Fine Gael in the byelection - Irish Times Irish TimesNoel Whelan: Fine prospects for Fine Gael in the byelectionIrish TimesAny assessment of the potential outcomes for the forthcoming Carlow-Kilkenny byelection has to start with the reality that in the last general election Fine Gael got 40 per cent of the first-preference vote in that constituency and won three of the ...a další »
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