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Ireland's PM sets stage for possible February election

Reuters Sunday, 12 January 2020
Ireland's Prime Minster Leo Varadkar said on Sunday he had made a decision on the timing of a general election, with many media outlets and politicians predicting a Feb. 7 poll.
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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed Ireland’s General Election will take place on Saturday February 8. Making an announcement outside Government Buildings, Mr Varadkar said: “I have always said the election should happen at the best time for the country – now is that time.”

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