Chris Donnelly: Southern election could still see Sinn Fein return in kingmaker role

Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald addressing her party's ard fheis in Derry in November. Picture by Margaret McLaughlin
Chris Donnelly
In a few weeks’ time, the south will go to the polls to elect a new government. Leo Varadkar will be hoping to lead Fine Gael successfully into a third consecutive government, a feat not achieve[...]

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