Divisions grow in Fianna Fáil over general election strategy

Fianna Fáil is ramping up its selection conventions, as concern grows over its strategy to allow high-profile TDs to run in the same constituencies, despite fears of a collapse in party support.

8th January, 2011

Fianna Fáil is ramping up its selection conventions, as concern grows over its strategy to allow high-profile TDs to run in the same constituencies, despite fears of a collapse in party support.

The next election will see strong internal competition between Fianna Fáil TDs to hold onto their seats, particularly in Dublin constituencies.

The announcement by Meath East TD Mary Wallace yesterday that she would not contest the election has boosted...

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