Sunday February 23, 2020

FG can't fool all the voters all the time

Irish politics has always been inhabited by exotic creatures. By eschewing the clean and reassuring simplicity of the left/right divide found elsewhere, our parties have always been free to roam over the spectrum.

27th August, 2005

Irish politics has always been inhabited by exotic creatures. By eschewing the clean and reassuring simplicity of the left/right divide found elsewhere, our parties have always been free to roam over the spectrum.

Fine Gael is the most dramatic demonstration of this, with Vincent Browne recently presenting the issue of the purpose of Fine Gael as the great unresolved existential question of the last century.

It has spent large parts of its history on...

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