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Alan Kelly to seek Labour's deputy leadership

Minister of State for Transport Alan Kelly said that he will enter the race to become deputy leader of the Labour Party.

29th May, 2014
Joan Burton is seeking to become the next leader of the Labour Party

Minister of State for Transport Alan Kelly said that he will enter the race to become deputy leader of the Labour Party.

Kelly revealed his intentions outside Leinster House this morning, a day after Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton declared her candidacy to replace Eamon Gilmore as party leader.

Arthur Spring, Labour TD for Kerry, also said this morning that he was considering putting his name forward for both the positions of leader and...

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