Fine Gael must prepare carefully for the challenges of office

They’ll never admit it, of course, but after campaigning since Easter, and sweltering for most of the last ten days, TDs of all parties now just want a break. They want to get through the last few weeks of the Dáil session, and then go off in early J

6th June, 2009

They’ll never admit it, of course, but after campaigning since Easter, and sweltering for most of the last ten days, TDs of all parties now just want a break. They want to get through the last few weeks of the Dáil session, and then go off in early July to consider how they might retain their seats when the next general election comes.

As usual, the opposition parties will manufacture huge...

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