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Could Fianna Fáil do a deal with Sinn Féin? John McGuinness thinks so...

The chair of the Public Accounts Committee has been talking coalitions with this week.

FIANNA FÁIL TD John McGuinness does not believe his party should rule out a possible coalition with Fine Gael after the next election.

Despite his party leader ruling it out, McGuinness reiterated his view that a historic coalition between the two parties should not be taken off the table in a wide-ranging interview with this week.

In a week when possible coalition arrangements have been much-discussed, we also asked the Carlow-Kilkenny deputy whether Sinn Féin could be a possible government partner for Fianna Fáil:

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