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Independents Day again: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (26th October 2014)

Adrian Kavanagh, 25th October 2014 

The latest Sunday Business Post-Red C poll (26th October 2014) suggests that the recent Budget has not amounted to any serious political gains for the government parties, a trend mirrored in the very similar support trends published in the… 4,093 more words

Fianna Fail

Officially declared candidates for the 2015/2016 General Election

Adrian Kavanagh – First posted on 22nd October 2014, with post updated as and when new candidates are selected/declared

The next general election is literally a matter of months away at this stage, with it scheduled to take place at any stage between now and March 2016, although an Autumn/Winter 2015 date could be a highly likely one in the presumption that the parties making up the present government might find it difficult to agree on a Budget so close to a potential general election date.   703 more words


Fine Gael’s social media blunders

By Eoin Molloy

On Wednesday the 15 of October, TD Simon Harris held a ‘Q and A’ session over on Fine Gael’s Facebook page whereby he pledged to answer any and all questions on the budget for 2015. 347 more words


D'Arcy to observe Ukraine election this weekend

Fine Gael Senator for Louth, Jim D’Arcy, has been appointed to the Ad Hoc Committee of the Council of Europe, of which he is a member, for the observation of the legislative elections in Ukraine, which take place on Sunday 26th October 2014. 262 more words

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Unexpected results in Dublin South-West/Roscommon-South Leitrim Bye-elections

By Tomás M. Creamer

* Note – this article was originally published on SIN’s Website (18/10/14), albeit in edited form; http://www.sin.ie/2014/10/18/unexpected-results-in-dublin-south-westroscommon-south-leitrim-bye-elections/

First of all, I’d like to apologise to the readers of SIN’s website, about my article sometime last month covering the Roscommon-South Leitrim contest ( … 377 more words

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Irish Neo-Politik?

* Note – Originally published on the Leitrim Observer, 15/10/14

Dear Madam,
The recent Bye-election results backs up the trend identified in the Local and European elections last May – that the three established parties that have ruled the state between them since it’s foundation (Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and Labour) no longer have the support of the Irish public. 295 more words

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