Sinn Fein is rapped for flip-flapping.
FIANNA Fail has launched an attack on Sinn Fein over the party's policy differences either side of the border.
Sinn Fein, along with the DUP, face rising property taxes in the North but opposes the charge in the Republic.
Fianna Fail's Niall Collins slammed the party on their policy flip-flapping.
He said: "Sinn Fein talk the talk in Dublin, but they don't walk the walk in Belfast where they have responsibility for making decisions. "I think people see through Sinn Fein's strategy of saying one thing here to exploit people's anger, but doing a very different thing just a few miles north."
However, Gerry Adams said that he is proud of the tough decisions the Northern Ireland Assembly has had to take.
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Feb 9, 2014|
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