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Nash ‘actively considering’ running for Labour leadership

Aodhán Ó Ríordáin is also thought to be interested, but Kelly may have a free run

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

16th February, 2020
Alan Kelly, Ged Nash and outgoing Labour leader Brendan Howlin Picture:

Labour TD Ged Nash has confirmed that he is “actively considering running” for the leadership of the party.

The country’s oldest political party failed to capitalise on voters’ swing to left-wing parties and instead dropped from seven seats to six in Election 2020.

Brendan Howlin announced on Wednesday that he would be stepping down as party leader in the wake of the election, adding that the time had come to “pass...

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