The Last Post: Fianna Fáil looks into its soul and finds confusion and fear
Fianna Fáil doesn’t want to admit that its clothes have been stolen by Sinn Féin, which claims it can solve all the country’s problems
Perhaps Fianna Fáil first needed to tear itself apart at its parliamentary party meeting in Cavan before it could begin the process of rebuilding itself. Even if most of the debate took place in private, it was not an edifying look. It’s hard to remember a time when a party leading government has been as unhappy with itself, or as fearful about its future.
There’s a consensus that the party is...
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