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Canvassing continues as Sinn Féin launches jobs strategy

Education spokespersons from Labour, the Green Party and Fine Gael are holding a debate on education this afternoon.

SINN FÉIN WILL BE LAUNCHING its plan for job creation and entrepreneur support later this morning from the party’s head office in Dublin.

Meanwhile, party leaders continue to focus on canvassing this morning, with each leader walking the beat at different locations around the country today.

Enda Kenny will be meeting people at a number of shopping centres around Dublin today, while Micheál Martin will be at his Cork constituency.

Eamon Gilmore will also be moving around Dublin, with planned appearances at Swords, Donaghmede, and Raheeny. The Green Party’s John Gormley will be canvassing his Dublin South East constituency, before joining Eamon Ryan in Dublin South this afternoon.

Later this afternoon, the education spokespersons from Fine Gael, Labour and the Green Party will debate education issues at Croke Park. The Irish National Teachers’ Organisation will be streaming the debate live from 2pm to 3.15pm via their website.