Labour pains: the rebuilding of a political movement
The Labour Party's fortunes hinge on something far more fundamental than who the leader is
As Labour gathered for its annual conference in Brendan Howlin’s native Wexford this weekend, there was a sense among delegates that whatever else about the party’s struggles, the public’s anger has at least subsided.
“I met somebody when I was out last week who lifted the head off me a year or two ago, but he was really nice and friendly this time,” councillor Rebecca Moynihan said. “People are...
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