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# John Gormley

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Valentine's Day Massacre and other assorted debate clichés...
Canvassing continues as Sinn Féin launches jobs strategy
Daily Fix: Friday
Election campaigns resume after pausing for tragedy
FF and FG to launch duelling fiscal policies
Newstalk and YouTube unveil Ireland's first 'Digital Debate'
Parties to discuss public services ahead of TV3 debate
Daily Fix: Monday
Out to launch: The jargon and the jibes of party campaigns
Gormley offers to fill Kenny's shoes on TV3 leaders' debate
Daily Fix: Wednesday
Parties clash over pre-election economic plans
Fine Gael maintains lead as Martin polls well
Micheal Martin: Five-way debates can be "empty shouting matches"...
No money, no leaders, no Irish: what the world's papers say
Green Party to withdraw from coalition
Backbenchers could still plan coup to oust Cowen
Poolbeg operator says levies bill breaches EU directive
Buoyant Brian hears Greens call to have election by end of March
Cowen and Gormley to discuss date of general election
Green insist: We're staying to finish the Budget
Have the Greens started campaigning already?
Presenting's exclusive Budget Bingo
Poll: Do you feel sorry for our politicians?
Further coalition fallout over cut to minimum wage
Four year plan includes tax hikes, VAT increase and huge spending cuts
Greens call for a general election to be held in January
Green Party's government statement in full
Bailout: €50bn for banks, and €50bn more for state
Dáil leaders meet to try to find consensus over budget plan
Is John Gormley's plan crashing and burning?
All-party financial talks remain up in the air
Taoiseach writes off chances of ‘national’ government
€200m bill for Dublin City Council if it pulls the Poolbeg plug