Wednesday June 3, 2020

The big question for Fianna Fail is does it have a future

This week, Fianna Fail - or what remains of it - is in Tallaght for its autumn think-in.

10th September, 2011

This week, Fianna Fail - or what remains of it - is in Tallaght for its autumn think-in.

How things have changed. Once upon a time, the Fianna Fail autumn think-ins were about a circling of the ministerial Mercedes models at a luxury hotel as an expectant press corps waited patiently to fill the front pages.

I spoke at one of these think-ins some years ago as an invited guest - asking questions even then...

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