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Pat Rabbitte: FF’s ‘no coalition’ stance will turn voters off

Fianna Fáil going into an election to lead the opposition is a real novelty

29th November, 2015

Harold Wilson used to boast to Jack Lynch that he had the support of more Irish voters in Huyton than Lynch had in his own constituency in Cork. At the same time, Wilson announced that the Labour Party had become “the natural party of government” in Britain. In respect of this latter claim, Lynch could easily trump it.

Fianna Fáil had long since become the natural party of government in Ireland even before...

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