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Speaking to RTÉ News, Catherine Murphy said Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael have governed for the last four years and it is time for change

The Social Democrats co-leader @CathMurphyTD  says her party will definitely not support a Fianna Fáil - Fine Gael government.

The last thing many voters in west Dublin want to see is a Fine Gael-Fianna Fáil coalition

@patflanagan1  You couldn't trust Fianna Fail and Fine Gael as far as you could throw them

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael to kick off talks after Sinn Féin fails to elect Taoiseach

Stephen Collins: Reluctance of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil to govern understandable


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Sinn Féin’s Mary Lou McDonald: ‘I think it only appropriate to note that today for the first time a nominee from a party other than from Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael has managed to garner the greatest number of votes’

In the last 7 days the big party spends on Facebook are: Fine Gael = €46,422 Fianna Fáil = €31,924 Sinn Féin = €3,910 But these amounts pale into insignificance compared to the benefit in kind gifted to FFG through spin in the Irish Times, Indo, RTE, Newstalk etc #GE2020 

And that's that - Fianna Fáil have edged past Sinn Féin, to finish #GE2020  with the most seats. Fianna Fáil finish on 38, with Sinn Féin second on 37, and Fine Gael in third on 35. | Full election coverage:

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Ireland, national parliament election: Left-wing Sinn Féin(LEFT) become the most popular party on first preference votes for the first time since the foundation of the state in 1922. Fine Gael'>Centre-right Fine Gael(EPP) finishes in 3rd place for the first time ever. #GE2020  #Ireland 

Ireland: According to the Ipsos MRBI exit poll for today's national parliament election, the left-wing Sinn Féin (SF-LEFT) received 31.8% of first preference votes amongst 18-24-year-olds, more than the centre-right Fine Gael (FG-EPP) and Fianna Fáil (FF-RE) combined. #GE2020 

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Fine Gael won't work with Sinn Féin because "they are not a normal party". Fianna Fáil won't work with Sinn Féin because "shadowy figures dictate what happens". So why are we all supposed to celebrate Sinn Féin being in government in Northern Ireland?

Over 10,000 Irish people are homeless. 4,000 of them are children. It's SHAMEFUL. It's downright disgusting. Fine Gael have NO interest or intention of addressing this. Clearly neither do Fianna Fail. Ireland, can we please stop voting them into power? There ARE alternatives!

Ireland set to have its first openly gay prime minister, after Fine Gael chose Leo Varadkar to succeed Enda Kenny