When lesser spotted Dev Óg is quiet, Martin should fret
Éamon Ó Cuív, as the keeper of the flame of true republicanism, will be monitoring Sinn Féin’s recent change of heart
Whatever has happened to Dev Óg? Éamon Ó Cuív, he of distinguished lineage, has been in scant evidence recently. Living in exile from Dublin 4 in the heart of Connemara, the former deputy leader of Fianna Fáil has been unusually reticent on the issues of the day.
This is all the more surprising in light of the policy volte face signalled by Sinn Féin on government participation. Given the views...
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