Wednesday January 22, 2020

Changing of the guard could pay off handsomely for SF

26th November, 2017

At Sinn Féin’s recent ard fheis, Gerry Adams announced that he would be standing down as leader after 34 years in the job.

For many years, we have seen the impact that reminders of the past and the party’s connections to the IRA can have on support for the party. Historically, when serious issues to do with the past, in particular that of Gerry Adams, have surfaced in the media, the party...

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