A STEADY INCREASE in support for Fine Gael continues to boost that Irish political party's opportunity to becoming a majority government next Friday.   That theme runs across all the Sunday broadsheets, along with benefits for politicians. Specifically, the next leader of the Irish government is "due a lump sum of an estimated €100,000 when he turned 60 on April 24, and will also be entitled to an annual pension of in excess of €30,000 on top of his politician's salary."  Kenny's "entitlement" is part of an undercurrent in Ireland that could lead to a referendum on democracy.   
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1. Pat Leahy -- "Majority now close for FG" on the front page of the Sunday Business Post, February 20, 20011.
2. Pat Leahy -- "FG the masters as new era begins" in the Sunday Business Post Election 2011 coverage.
3. Pat Leahy -- "Kenny to defer €100k pension lump sum" on the front page of the Sunday Business Post, February 20, 2011.
4. David McWilliams -- "Still time to dave many billions" in the Comment and Analysis section of the Sunday Business Post, February 20, 2011.
5. Tom MuGurk -- "The old party game in which we're the losers" in the Comment and Analysis section of the Sunday Business Post, February 20, 2011.
6. Samantha McCaughren -- "Business leaders working on a proposal for recovery" in the SBP.
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