Mick Clifford Podcast: How was the election campaign for you?

Mick Clifford Podcast: How was the election campaign for you?

How was the campaign for you?

The general election is finally upon us and the podcast is taking a look back at the campaign that was and a look ahead into the tea leaves to see how exactly the votes are going to fall.

Joining Mick to discuss these issues and take a punt at shaping the next government are the Irish Examiner’s political editor Danny McConnell and political correspondent Juno McEnroe.

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