Saturday August 15, 2020

Weakened FF faces a fight

A pre-election ard fheis is no place for self-doubt. But delegates leaving the Fianna Fail ard fheis at Citywest in Dublin today will be given a sharp warning by the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C tracking poll figures that they have a fight on th

24th March, 2007

Fianna Fail has dropped two points to 36 per cent, a level that the party occupied for much of last year. That will cause alarms bells to ring in party headquarters on Mount Street, in Government Buildings and in the Taoiseach’s constituency cockpit at St Lukes in Drumcondra.

It will also cause extreme unrest among those Fianna Fail TDs who stand to lose their seats if the party can only win 36 per cent...

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