SINN FEIN WON’T PROP UP ANOTHER PARTY IF ELECTION HAPPENS – ADAMS

Sinn Féin says it’s ruling out entering a “confidence and supply” deal with Fianna Fáíl or Fine Gael after the next general election.

Party leader Gerry Adams claims the current deal, under which Fianna Fáil underpins the government, has failed.

He’s described the arrangement as a “political pantomime”.

There’s ongoing speculation Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is considering calling an election before the full term of his minority government ends.

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