In 1989, then-finance minister and would-be taoiseach Albert Reynolds was eviscerated for dismissing Fianna Fáil’s coalition with the Progressive Democrats as a “temporary little arrangement”,
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Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Independent election candidates, saying he would take them “seriously” and is “prepared” to join forces as part of an alternative coalition after the general election.
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A new book traces the rise of modern Sinn Féin and how it moved from supporting armed Republicans in the North to constitutional politics. It has gained the biggest dividend from peace, as Ryle Dwyer discovers.
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