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Young Fine Gael national conference to be held in the Midlands

Youth unemployment will be high on the agenda at this month’s Young Fine Gael National Conference, to to take place in the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone from Friday February 20 to Sunday February 22.

Fine Gael can’t pander to disaffected groups

After the disastrous rout in the 2002 General Election Fine Gael was reduced to 30 seats. They have since steadily rebuilt the party. Over recent months they have out-polled FF – the latest poll gave them a 10 point lead, albeit with a lower rating of 32 per cent. During the last election I predicted they could not win because they had simply too many seats to make up.

Fine Gael can’t pander to disaffected groups

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After the disastrous rout in the 2002 General Election Fine Gael was reduced to 30 seats. They have since steadily rebuilt the party. Over recent months they have out-polled FF – the latest poll gave them a 10 point lead, albeit with a lower rating of 32 per cent. During the last election I predicted they could not win because they had simply too many seats to make up.

Fine Gael can’t pander to disaffected groups

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After the disastrous rout in the 2002 General Election Fine Gael was reduced to 30 seats. They have since steadily rebuilt the party. Over recent months they have out-polled FF – the latest poll gave them a 10 point lead, albeit with a lower rating of 32 per cent. During the last election I predicted they could not win because they had simply too many seats to make up.

Fine Gael can’t pander to disaffected groups

After the disastrous rout in the 2002 General Election Fine Gael was reduced to 30 seats. They have since steadily rebuilt the party. Over recent months they have out-polled FF – the latest poll gave them a 10 point lead, albeit with a lower rating of 32 per cent. During the last election I predicted they could not win because they had simply too many seats to make up.

GAAW No to Lisbon meeting on Monday

The Galway Alliance Against War will hold an organisational meeting as part of its Galway No 2 Lisbon campaign in Amnesty International’s Freedom Café, Middle Street, this Monday at 8pm.

The right woman for the big job

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Maire Geoghegan-Quinn has become the first Irish woman and the first Galwegian to be appointed as an EU Commissioner for Ireland, although her elevation to the job is already shrouded in controversy.

 

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