Fianna Fáil in line to benefit from the mistakes it made
Labour was nowhere near government for the banking and property crash, or the bailout – but still gets the blame
T here is surely an irony in the likely prospect that Fianna Fáil is set to profit from the turbulence around government and the indiscipline and seeming paralysis within government.
It is after all the conduct of Fianna Fáil up to 2011 that has bequeathed us the novelty that is the current government and the anarchic configuration of the present Dáil. The legacy is not just a government reliant on independents but the...
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