Howlin Outlines Labour's Stance On A Coalition

The Labour leader spoke to Pat Kenny

Speaking to The Pat Kenny Show, Brendan Howlin has said his party would not get into any coalition negotiations unless "Labour policies" were "implemented in full."

The Labour party leader outlined the policy platform that, should the situation arise, Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael must accept before attempting to form a government with them.

Brendan Howlin also discusses how his party would plan to solve the housing crisis, including the allocation of €16 billion and the building of 80,000 houses on publicly-owned land banks.

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