Clash of styles to make for lively Labour contest
Alan Kelly is a rural-based TD who presents himself as a deal-maker, while Aodhán Ó Riordáin is a Dublin-based champion of liberal causes
This could prove to be very interesting indeed.
Just as the excitement of the general election was fading, the Labour Party has conjured up a juicy leadership battle to keep us entertained as government formation negotiations trudge on in the background.
While the Labour Party under Brendan Howlin was largely ignored despite the electorate’s left-ward swing on February 8, Alan Kelly versus Aodhán Ó Riordáin should offer just the sort of clash that will get...
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