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Labour obsession puts FF ‘untouchables’ centre stage

An interesting few weeks in politics then. The battle of Dublin Airport draws to a close, ending public apathy and a media frenzy.

21st May, 2005

An interesting few weeks in politics then.

The battle of Dublin Airport draws to a close, ending public apathy and a media frenzy. The Greens voted in Cork, leaving Trevor Sargent personally facing every which way on the Fianna Fail question. Pat Rabbitte congratulates Tony Blair for successfully delivering a third term for Labour while arguing that democracy will end should Bertie pull off a similar feat over here. A Brian Cowen report exposes a...

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