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IRELAND TEETERS TOWARDS SNAP ELECTION

Nov 28, 2017 - City A.M.

Ireland's deputy prime minister has to resign or else she will force a snap election, a senior member of the opposition party propping up the country's minority government said last night. "I think the Tanaiste (deputy prime minister) should recognise that unless she does stand aside, she is going to force this country into an election nobody wants, that nobody needs and is not in the country's interests," Fianna Fail's Jim O'Callaghan told RTE. "I don't see any other method out of this."