Pearse Street, City Quay, Dublin 2.
Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald canvassing at St Andrew’s Resource Centre.
Responding to criticism by Fine Gael and Fianna Fail of her party’s manifesto and in particular how spendings plans will be funded, Ms McDonald said:
Our plans are ambitious and they are deliverable while keeping the economy strong and running a surplus of over €3 billion.
“We won’t take lectures from the party that wrecked the economy or the one that made ordinary people pay…
…We make no apologies for asking banks to pay their fair share in tax, because that is the only way to get the revenue needed to end the trolley crisis, build affordable homes, reduce the cost of childcare, put more Gardaí on our streets and tackle climate change.”
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