Fianna Fáil must persuade Cowen to fall on his sword

They have an economic plan. Nama will start to work in the new year, and they have now put through a tough budget which meets the immediate needs of the fiscal crisis.

12th December, 2009

They have an economic plan. Nama will start to work in the new year, and they have now put through a tough budget which meets the immediate needs of the fiscal crisis.

Apart from the 12 days of Christmas debacle, they have improved their communications and messaging. Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan aggressively sold Nama and is doing the same for the budget.

In the weeks running up to the budget, the imperative to take €4...

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