Green power: Dáil's newest husband and wife team hope to set eco-friendly agenda

Green power: Dáil's newest husband and wife team hope to set eco-friendly agenda

20.2.2020

Green power: Dáil's newest husband and wife team hope to set eco-friendly agenda

With the Green Party being courted as potential coalition partners, could Catherine Martin and Francis Noel Duffy be the Dáil's next power couple?



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Two spoofers , not even from the areas they represent. Do nothing in them for the people. Political tourists manipulating the stupid posh voters for their ‘green’ conscientious vote... No recession in that family Bet their house parties are great fun. Presume they’ll be carpooling and not both claiming travel expenses? 🧐

Don't know what she sees in him She was my 2nd vote..hope she does well Headline should read 'Dublin TDs set to impose extra taxes on rural Ireland' Is that posh and Beck's 30k plus each every year to travel to the Dail. Shocking to think the country has to follow suit to whatever these to conjure up at home. Finish up another celebrity wannabe pair. Only in Ireland ffs

At what cost to the people.....

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan doesn't see the numbers on the left for 'a stable government'Ryan says a government is needed that will last for ‘three or four years’. Yeah if things turn bad the left leaning parties won't go for special needs kids etc.. Like you did you creep We all know the direction Ryan is going. No government Ryan is part of could be considered 'stable'.

That’s tommy tiernan

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