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Martin must be more upfront about FF's past

The decision by the former Labour Party chairman Colm Keaveney to join Fianna Fáil last week aroused a number of widely differing reactions.

8th December, 2013

The decision by the former Labour Party chairman Colm Keaveney to join Fianna Fail last week aroused a number of widely differing reactions. The Fianna Fail leader, Micheal Martin, welcomed him as a significant national politician and a welcome addition to his depleted party ranks, while Labour's spin doctors encouraged people to examine Keaveney's past statements about Fianna Fail.

Martin apart, the welcome from Fianna Fail was patchy; in some quarters, it was positively chilly....

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