The general election of 2011 was without precedent. It was a contest between two opposition parties. It was taken as a given that the two parties that comprised the outgoing government were not at the races. As a result, Fine Gael and Labour found themselves in unfamiliar territory, the one striving for an overall majority the other struggling to stop it happening. For the party that had virtually established a hegemony over Irish politics, the...
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