By-elections: What they are, what they're not

With Fianna Fáil tying itself up in knots over candidate selection and Fine Gael seemingly chomping at the bit for the forthcoming two by-elections in Meath and Kildare North, political attention will be increasingly focused on the two constituencies

5th February, 2005

With Fianna Fáil tying itself up in knots over candidate selection and Fine Gael seemingly chomping at the bit for the forthcoming two by-elections in Meath and Kildare North, political attention will be increasingly focused on the two constituencies and the state of the parties' preparations for the polls in the coming weeks.

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