FG and Labour must adapt to post-Ahern landscape

The parties are realising that the existing playbook will not deliver them their first general election victory in over a quarter of a century.

29th March, 2008

The parties are realising that the existing playbook will not deliver them their first general election victory in over a quarter of a century.

While everyone has their gaze firmly fixed on the leadership of Fianna Fail, life goes on for the other parties who must also plan for the post-Ahern world. Easter is a time to remember that even the most adverse situations can sometimes be turned around.

Whenever Bertie Ahern does retire (and...

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