October 27 was a Black Thursday for Fine Gael. The party lost a winnable referendum, came well behind Fianna Fáil in the by-election and had its candidate humiliated in the presidential election. The latter is the most dramatic, and only if the reasons are thoroughly analysed can the party learn and make the changes it needs for the future.
Much of the mood music at the parliamentary party last week was that it was...
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