Friday November 22, 2019

Pat Rabbitte: Labour’s task is to change negative narrative

Despite what the critics think, the Labour Party has a good story to tell. It just has to tell it better

15th November, 2015

Ministers Kelly and Noonan eventually came to an agreement about the housing crisis

Although quick to fix his bayonet and run around in circles shouting, “Don’t panic, don’t panic”, Corporal Jones rarely made things better. “Don’t panic” is advice that the Irish Labour Party should heed. The Irish people have not taken leave of their senses. The prospects for our country are once again in our own hands. The proposition that voters will behave recklessly and will throw away our hard-earned recovery is not persuasive. Yes, a sliver...

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