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Back to the Feb-ture?: Constituency-level analysis of Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (27th November 2016)

Adrian Kavanagh, 28th November 2016

The November 2016 Red C opinion polls shows little in the way of changes in support levels since the previous  4,716 more words

Opinion Polls

"Fine Gael ...Campaigning to win" card from 2007

From the 2007 General Election Campaign a postcard issued by Fine Gael “Fine Gael …Campaigning to win” which has details of “Fine Gael Values” on the reverse.

Irish Politics

Receipt from the 1949 Fine Gael National Collection.

A Receipt from the 1949 (or 1948?) Fine Gael National Collection. Note the Fine Gael logo and prominence of United Ireland and Richard Mulcahy as Party President.

Irish Politics

October 1984 Edition of Young Fine Gael Newsletter "Futureline"

From October 1984 an edition of the Young Fine Gael newsletter “Futureline”. It contains an interview with then Taoiseach Garret Fitzgerald, some criticism of the Fine Gael /Labour government , pieces on Taxation as well as some YFG news and other pieces. 13 more words

Irish Politics

Fair and Equitable?

If one is to believe his appearances on news programmes recently, Our Dear Leader is a champion of all things ‘Fair and Equitable’.  In the government’s current spat with the ASTI Enda Kenny has resorted to a regular set of phrases designed to make the ASTI position appear to be, simply unfair (and possibly inequitable). 1,005 more words


As the Irish left grows, so too will the backlash attacks from the establishment

Few would deny that the institutions of the Irish state have been traditionally conservative throughout the state’s history. The Catholic Church has had a strong influence on schooling and healthcare, and universities have tended to be stacked with academics favouring market-driven economics and ideologies. 1,114 more words


Leaflet from Lucinda Creighton -Fine Gael -2004 Local Elections

From the 2004 Local Elections a leaflet from Lucinda Creighton of Fine Gael running in Pembroke. In this her first election she polled 1567 votes and was elected.
Many thanks to the sender.

Irish Politics