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Ten steps to starting a new political party

Those who want to form a new political party should learn from Des O’Malley

22nd December, 2014
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The weather. Tax. Beef prices. Traffic. House values. Which players did and did not get an All Star. Ireland has an obsessive fascination with certain topics. The establishment of a new political party is another.

Chapter eight of Des O’Malley’s new memoir, Conduct Unbecoming, provides a ten-step roadmap of how to actually achieve something that Eamon Dunphy, David McWilliams, Fintan O’Toole, Lucinda Creighton and Shane Ross have only ever succeeded in talking about....

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