The 2016 general election was a bruising one for party leaders, with five of those who entered the contest not making it to this year’s one. Renua Ireland leader Lucinda Creighton lost her seat, Labour’s Joan Burton resigned as leader two months after the election, and both Enda Kenny and Gerry Adams stepped down midway through the Dáil term. Stephen Donnelly’s time as one of the three co-leaders of the Social Democrats ended when he...
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