Mick Clifford Podcast: The political times, they are a-changin'

Mick Clifford Podcast: The political times, they are a-changin'

Something is happening in this election, but do we know what it is?

Mick Clifford asks Professor Gary Murphy of DCU to put in context the changes that appear to be taking place in our politics as Sinn Féin rises in the polls.

Gary also puts this election in historical context, comparing it to the couple of similarly major shifts that have taken place in Irish politics since the foundation of the state.

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