Bertie Ahern believes he was treated “unfairly” by Fianna Fail during the Mahon Tribunal - Irish Mirror

Bertie Ahern today stood by his claim he was treated “unfairly” by Fianna Fail during the Mahon Tribunal – but said he is open to a return to the party. The inquiry, which lasted 15 years and cost €250million, found Ahern had “not provided a truthful ...

Bertie Ahern 'would be happy' to be reconsidered for Fianna Fail membership - Dublin Live

The former Taoiseach also feels he was treated badly by the party upon his exit in 2012. Share; Comments. ByStephen McDermott. 21:21, 30 APR 2017. News. Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern (Photo: STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images). Share; Comments.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday - thejournal.ie

A glimpse of Trump's North Korea strategy and Bertie Ahern on a Fianna Fáil-Sinn Féin coalition – it's the Evening Fix. By Gráinne Ní Aodha Sunday 30 Apr 2017, 8:10 PM. 1 hour ago 2,926 Views 5 Comments. http://jrnl.ie/3367242. Share Tweet Email.

Republican Coalition - thejournal.ie

He also said he wouldn't mind rejoining Fianna Fáil and said the EU deal on Northern Ireland was no big deal. Share Tweet. Your say. View more polls · Poll: Are you happy with your life at the moment? A POLL IN today's Sunday Independent has found that ...

Bertie Ahern warns against trying to force a border poll in Northern Ireland - Irish Independent

Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has cautioned against any move to 'force' a border poll a day after EU leaders recognised that Ireland should have a special status ahead of the upcoming Brexit negotiations. The ex-Fianna Fáil leader was speaking to Ivan ...

Bertie Ahern has some interesting thoughts on a united Ireland - JOE

Once again, Bertie Ahern has reiterated his belief that a border poll on a united Ireland would be a mistake at this time. The former Taoiseach appeared on Newstalk with Ivan Yates where he discussed a wide variety of topics from the EU and the UK's ...

Mary Lou as Sinn Féin leader could "change the game" - Bertie - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Bertie Ahern has said Mary Lou McDonald taking over the Sinn Féin leadership could "change the game" over the prospect of a future coalition with Fianna Fáil. The former Taoiseach made the comments during an in-depth interview on Yates on Sunday.

New poll sees Fianna Fáil move four points ahead of Fine Gael - BreakingNews.ie

The latest political opinion poll sees Fianna Fáil move four points ahead of Fine Gael. The RED C Poll for the Sunday Business post shows Fine Gael unchanged on 24, while Fianna Fáil are up two points to 28. Sinn Féin are up one point to 18 while the ...

Fianna Fáil in the swing, Fine Gael holds its breath again - Sunday Business Post

It is a sure sign that a party leader is on the up when he starts appearing on posters for golf classics. Please Subscribe or Log in to continue reading. Please Subscribe or Log in to continue reading. Subscribe Login ...

Can Varadkar or Coveney stir up political status quo? - Sunday Business Post

The fourth in our series of tracking polls in 2017 depicts a relatively stable political situation in Ireland since January. Fianna Fáil continues to lead as the largest party, and will be buoyed by a rise back up to 28 per cent in this month's poll ...

Fianna Fáil extends lead over Fine Gael in latest poll - Newstalk 106-108 fm

There's also been a slight increase in support for Sinn Fein, while independent candidates have suffered. The latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll sees Fianna Fáil gain a lead over their biggest political rivals. The party is up by two points to 28 ...

Independents drop three points in latest opinion poll - thejournal.ie

The poll indicates an increase in support for Fianna Fáil to 28% – its strongest lead over Fine Gael in over a year. By Gráinne Ní Aodha Saturday 29 Apr 2017, 6:20 PM. 9 hours ago 12,560 Views 100 Comments. http://jrnl.ie/3366144. Share Tweet Email1.

Revealed: Fianna Fáil most popular political party in the country - Irish Independent

Fianna Fáil is the country's most popular political party, according to the latest opinion poll. Micheál Martin's party is up two points to 28pc and is now four points clear of Taoiseach Enda Kenny's Fine Gael which remains unchanged at 24pc. Sinn Fein ...

Support for Fianna Fáil rises, opinion poll suggests - RTE.ie

Support for Fianna Fáil has risen to its highest level in almost a year, in the Sunday Business Post Red C series of opinion polls. The survey of voters, carried out between Monday and Friday, shows Fine Gael unchanged on 24%. As TDs get ready to ...

Fianna Fáil extends lead over Fine Gael in latest opinion poll - Laois Nationalist

Fianna Fáil has extended its lead over Fine Gael in the latest political opinion poll. There has also been a modest rise for Sinn Féin, while independent candidates have suffered. The RED C Poll for the Sunday Business Post was taken earlier this week ...

Red C Poll: FF extends lead over FG in strongest showing in almost a year - Sunday Business Post

Fianna Fáil has extended its lead over Fine Gael in the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll. The party is up by two points to 28 per cent, which is its strongest showing in the poll for almost a year. Fine Gael is unchanged on 24 per cent, as senior ...