Monday June 1, 2020

Time for Fine Gael to pick a few fights

Like an athlete in a long distance race, Fine Gael has settled comfortably in the leading group at the halfway point of this election campaign. Now, the challenge for the party is how to push on and shake off its rivals.

12th May, 2007

Like an athlete in a long distance race, Fine Gael has settled comfortably in the leading group at the halfway point of this election campaign. Now, the challenge for the party is how to push on and shake off its rivals.

Fine Gael will also be pleased to have moved on from the issue of Bertie Ahern’s finances. While the Taoiseach’s forthcoming statement on the issue leaves one instalment in that saga still to come,...

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