Jody Corcoran: Fianna Fail is the 'native spirit', the fibre of our people
Rebirth of a great political movement as modern party is vested in Micheal Martin, writes Jody Corcoran
To understand the Fianna Fail comeback in this election you need to understand the nature of the party's relationship with Ireland.
In the reams of analysis before, during and after, not just this election but also the last, the experts almost entirely lost sight of that relationship.
But it was always something I was mindful of when, almost obsessively, I wrote about Fianna Fail throughout the past five years.