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Sinn Féin critical of exclusion from consensus talks

SINN FÉIN HAS criticised the government for not inviting them to the consensus talks on the budget- which already include both government parties, Fine Gael and Labour. Party vice-president Mary-Lou McDonald said that “there are no major differences between these three parties” and branded the consensus talks a “sham”.

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