The Future’s So Bright

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This morning.

Middle pic from left: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Minister for Business and Enterprise Heather Humphreys, Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe speaking to the media in Dublin on day two of campaigning for the general election 2020.

Fine Gael in 200,000 jobs pledge at economic plan launch (RTÉ)

Sam Boal/Rollingnews

Meanwhile


This morning.

Fianna Fáil’s Finance Spokesperson Michael McGrath and Brexit Spokesperson Lisa Chambers at the party’s election headquarters for a press briefing on the economy and Brexit on day two of the general election 2020.

Fianna Fail pledges to ‘do a better job’ with public finances (Belfast Telegraph)

Leah Farrell/RollingNews

10 thoughts on “The Future’s So Bright

  1. Boj

    Leo just knows when a lens is on him…he can’t help but blue steel it! Pascal and his well known HARUMPH face…
    WE PAY THEM by the way…mad stuff altogether…so it is.

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  2. GiggidyGoo

    On the debates…
    How is it that RTE can dictate which parties can take part in debates? They are going to give the two government parties, FF and FG a platform to let on to us that theres a difference between them. A free run. That isn’t right.

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    1. Cian

      Possibly more parties should be involved. But I don’t know where you draw the line – should independents be excluded? Should Aontú with 1 TD get the same coverage as FG/FF with 47/45?

      Should it be based on outgoing TDs? 1st preference in the local elections/MEPs? Current polls?
      Fine Gael (47)
      Fianna Fáil (45)
      Sinn Féin (22)
      Labour Party (7)
      Solidarity–PBP (6)
      Independent Alliance (4) Independent (2) Independent (16)
      Green Party (3)
      Social Democrats (2)
      Aontú (1)
      I4C (1)

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