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The court of public opinion could be the ultimate arbiter if the Varadkar leak is still trickling in December

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When Charles Haughey was elected Taoiseach by the Dáil in 1979, Fine Gael leader Garret FitzGerald said in a speech immediately afterwards that the new leader had a “flawed pedigree”. It was widely believed to be a reference to the 1970 gun trial, when Haughey was tried but acquitted of conspiracy to import guns into the state.

he older generation of Fianna Fáilers have never forgotten or forgiven the disdainful label imposed on their new leader all those years ago. For them, it spoke of the moral stance of the other party, the one that has always dressed up as a defender of law and order.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/court-of-public-opinion-may-be-the-ultimate-arbiter-if-varadkar-leak-is-still-trickling-in-december-41584118.html The court of public opinion could be the ultimate arbiter if the Varadkar leak is still trickling in December

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