For five years, Micheál Martin has had to counter the popular view that he would never be Taoiseach and that Fianna Fáil could never recover from its 2011 election massacre. But when he defied the doubters and led his party to 44 Dáil seats in last February’s general election, he encountered a new problem: expectation.
“I have to dampen that down because I’ve learned the hard way,” he says....
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