The Fine Gael parliamentary party meets in Galway this week after the long summer break, its numbers bolstered and its collective confidence high after a fruitful general election.
But the party is facing another five long years in opposition and is also facing some important choices which will have a crucial bearing on it’s future. Fine Gael knows the cost of poor strategy, and political drift is massacre at the elections, so these decisions will...
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