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Micheal Martin: Fianna Fail won't enter 'grand coalition'

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Micheal Martin: Fianna Fail won't enter 'grand coalition'

Micheal Martin: Fianna Fail won't enter 'grand coalition'

Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin has confirmed his party has ruled out a "grand coalition" with major rivals Fine Gael.

Mr Martin said his party was interested in creating a new government with other "centre" parties such as Labour and the Greens.

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