Who will wield the knife?
Fianna Fáil’s TDs are near-unanimous that their leader should go, but many of them will not be around after the election to vote on who should replace him
The Fianna Fáil leadership contest is moving into a new, less subterranean phase.
The shadow contest of recent months is giving way to a pretty open competition to replace Brian Cowen.
Recent comments by younger TDs about ‘‘skipping a generation’’ may have as much to do with their electoral prospects in their own constituencies as in a leadership election, but those comments are clear evidence that the party is now, collectively, looking beyond...
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