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# Fianna Fáil

Last week
16th June 2024 - 22nd June 2024
Dubliners to pay higher property tax as new council also pledges new hotel tourist tax
Jack Chambers announced as deputy leader of Fianna Fáil
FF MEPs to stick to position on von der Leyen as Martin says he'll 'engage' with them on vote
Fianna Fáil won the highest number of council seats in the local elections. Is the party back?
Party members say they aren’t taking anything for granted.
This month
June 2024
All five seats filled in Ireland South as final count results announced
Fine Gael’s Seán Kelly, Fianna Fáil’s Billy Kelleher and Cynthia Ní Murchú, Independent Michael McNamara and Sinn Féin’s Kathleen Funchion have been elected.
Mixed messages on Sinn Féin’s chances in the Midlands-North-West as counting continues
Sinn Féin ‘resigned’ to not winning a seat in Midlands-North-West as count continues
Fianna Fáil set to dominate Cork City Council after winning almost a third of the seats
The story of the count so far: Good news for everyone, unless you're Sinn Féin
As it stands, Fine Gael may sneak ahead to become the biggest party in local government.
Coalition bullish and sticks the boot in, saying predictions of SF-led Govt ‘have been shattered’
Questions are being asked today around whether Sinn Féin has run too many candidates across the country.
We read local election manifestos so you don't have to: Here's what the 3 big parties promise
Last month
May 2024
Independents remain most popular, while Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil overtake Sinn Féin in latest poll
However, Sinn Féin remains the most popular party among younger voters ahead of the European elections.
Fine Gael is now the most popular political party among those polled, but Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin are close behind
Around 23% of people intend to vote for independent candidates in the European elections next Friday
Dáil suspended after Fianna Fáil TD appears to accuse People Before Profit of being 'Putin's puppets'
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil were no-shows today at climate debate ahead of EU election
Support for Sinn Féin drops, narrowing lead on Fine Gael in pre-election polling
Fianna Brawl: 'Not in public' hisses Martin as candidate criticises party at manifesto launch
Man granted bail after alleged racist abuse of Fianna Fáil local election canvassers in Limerick
Tánaiste on the Portal: 'Would we say some fella let the class down when we're roaring laughing?'
Threats to election candidates from minority backgrounds 'dangerously off the wall', Tánaiste says
Independent candidates overtake Sinn Féin as voters' top choice ahead of European elections
Independents and others have seen a large jump in support in recent weeks, according to a new opinion poll.
Almost a quarter of people (24%) plan to vote for candidates classed as 'independents and others' on 7 June
The next most popular choice is Sinn Féin on 22% (down one point)
Sinn Féin is the most popular party among younger voters, while Fine Gael is the preferred party for over 65s
April
April 2024
Support for Fianna Fáil slumps to two-year low as Independents make gains
Stardust campaigner refuses to accept apologies of local TDs Seán Haughey and Richard Bruton
Caio Benicio, the hero Deliveroo driver from Parnell Square attack, to run for Fianna Fáil
FG pulls EPP 'to the centre' says Séan Kelly as Irish MEPs say parties will remain in EU groups
Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil MEPs said they would not be considering a switch.
Barry Andrews says he supports joint borrowing, despite McGrath ruling out defence bonds
FF Budget promises: More energy credits and a €10 child benefit boost
Bertie Ahern says election should be in mid-June and gives his top tip to Simon Harris
Government to bring forward proposals for a dedicated transport police, says Martin
Bring an end to tent encampments and deport asylum seekers that commit crime - FF migration report
Gaeltacht junior ministry given to Fianna Fáil amid claims offer made to outgoing Fine Gael TD
Tánaiste rejects O'Dea's 'party lens' criticism, says public want to be put above party politics
Fianna Fáil MEP accuses Ursula von der Leyen of ‘silence’ on genocide case against Israel
March
March 2024
'Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater': Candidates clash on 2nd term for von der Leyen
Debunked: ‘Ireland will change forever’ conspiracy meme is contradictory and nonsensical
JD Sports under fire for Dublin advertisement showing masked riders on scrambler bikes
Apathy, confusion and 'woke gallery' warnings: Fianna Fáilers split on what next for party
Fianna Fáil politicians voting against Yes-Yes campaigns 'won't impact coalition' - Varadkar
Former RTÉ presenter Cynthia Ní Mhurchú picked by Fianna Fáil as EU candidate for Ireland South
'No point whinging': Cowen 'accepts' surprise decision to add two candidates to his election ticket
February
February 2024
Fianna Fáil adds senators Chambers and Blaney to 'ambitious' Midlands-North West ticket