Bailout exit woos back lost support

So a good poll for Labour arrives, after six months of a progressive downward trend in support that has seen many of the party faithful questioning the direction the party has been taking.

24th November, 2013

So a good poll for Labour arrives, after six months of a progressive downward trend in support that has seen many of the party faithful questioning the direction the party has been taking. The strategy for both Labour and Fine Gael has been to hold firm in the face of this discontent, in the belief that as the economy improves, disillusioned and lost supporters will return.

The problem was that this required the economy to...

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