Hugh O'Connell: 'Bertie is not the only one seeking a Fianna Fáil comeback'

The party is now an attractive brand for many - including those who left in acrimonious circumstances

13th December, 2016
Fianna Fáil poster boy? Pic: Getty

Fianna Fáil’s success last in last February’s general election surprised many of the political commentariat who had spent the previous five years writing off Micheál Martin’s party.

Some even predicted that Martin’s future as leader would be under scrutiny in the wake of what they forecast to be a mediocre election where Fianna Fáil would do well to win 35 seats.


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