Wednesday October 28, 2020

Political Notebook: Looking to an unfamiliar future for Fianna Fáil

The dust has settled somewhat on the report of the Mahon Tribunal, and (some of) the offending Fianna Fáilers have been drummed out.

7th April, 2012

Now that the dust has settled somewhat on the report of the Mahon Tribunal, and (some of) the offending Fianna Fáilers have been drummed out, it's an opportune time to ask what the future might hold for the party.

There has been a lot of comment in the wake of the report that it might sound the final deathknell for the party. An earnest wish for the party to disappear from Irish life...

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