Middle Ireland has to end the stalemate in its politics

Middle Ireland has to end the stalemate in its politics
Gerry Adams and his Sinn Fein party could be big winners in the long run

If Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil are dead set on not coalescing with each other, the real winner will be Sinn Féin, writes Michael McDowell

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