Taken today on North King Street, Dublin 1.
Archive for the 'Fianna Fáil' Category
I’m working on an article for The Citizen at the moment, on the general theme of ‘Is Fianna Fáil Dead?’
It’s more of a reflective piece on the development of the party since its inception 85 years ago this week, and on the contradictions between its position as a populist party with a strong working-class […]
[Thanks to ec for the link.]
THE Irish government attempted to secure a multi-billion euro bailout for the country’s struggling banks from Colonel Moamar Ghadafi’s international investment fund in December but failed because Libya dismissed it as a low-level investment.
National Treasury Management Agency representatives went to the North African state in a bid to get cash […]
There you go. Report here.
Are we going to have Fianna Fáil TDs voting for Cowen as Taoiseach on Tuesday, despite the fact that they have thrown him out as leader of their party?
Is this the message that Fianna Fáil want to send out, that Cowen is good enough for us but NOT good enough for […]