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This afternoon.

Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin 2.

Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald launching her party’s General Election 2020 Manifesto.


Doubling of the length of maternity leave and abolishing third level fees

Pledges to build 100,000 council homes over five years, at a cost of €6.5 billion.

AND a refundable tax credit will reduce rent by 1,500 a year along with a freeze on rents for three years.

The party’s election manifesto also says that Sinn Féin can deliver all its promises ‘while also returning a surplus‘.


USC, health & housing at centre of Sinn Féin manifesto (RTÉ)

Leah Farrell/RollingNews

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13 thoughts on “Transfer Friendlier

  1. A Person

    Ah, lots of money going out for noble causes. Where is the money coming in? Nope, that’s for other people to worry about.

    1. Barry the Hatchet

      “Sinn Féin’s tax and spending plans have been costed by the Department of Finance and Department of Public Expenditure & Reform. Their impact on the public finances, including their affect on the General Government Balance, has also been verified by the Department of Finance.”

        1. Ringsend Incinerator

          And what did the Brits do? Jail innocent Irish people; fueling the whole stinking conflict even further with more lives lost everywhere. There are no winners here, Rob.

          1. Rob_G

            ‘What about, what about, what about…’

            If Edward Heath were running for election here, I would surely bring up the same arguments. I fail to see how blowing up a pub filled with teenagers was supposed to further the cause of a united Ireland, yet people like Mary Lou will continue to make excuses for, and even glorify such barbaric acts.

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