Money issues continue to tax the party leaders

The Progressive Democrats have learned a few tricks from their coalition partners, among them the ability to face in a number of different directions at the same time.

22nd April, 2006

The Progressive Democrats have learned a few tricks from their coalition partners, among them the ability to face in a number of different directions at the same time.

Mary Harney and Michael McDowell embody this strategy perfectly. She denounces ideology, describing her politics as mere common sense; he decries anybody who doesn’t share his ideology. It’s been a successful formula. But this weekend, as their conference comes around, one PD view is crystal clear: the...

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