Fianna Fáil stands ‘united’ as it claims to put identity crisis behind it
Fianna Fáil members appeared in a conciliatory mood after the party’s Cavan think-in where they assessed what had gone wrong in recent elections, discussed gender balance, housing, the leadership issue and their reaction to the Zappone affair
For what was billed as a showdown between rival factions within Fianna Fáil, the party’s think-in last week ended up being a somewhat tame affair.
A chirpy Micheál Martin met reporters towards the end of the two-day event in the Slieve Russel Hotel in Cavan and described the parliamentary party meeting as “open”, “honest” and “constructive”.
If there was one message Martin wanted...
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