Duncan rants on, but where was the master, Michael D?

Delegates at the Labour conference were in high good humour at the Helix in DCU last weekend, as the party girded its loins for the forthcoming long campaign.

17th February, 2007

It was more or less a one-day affair, though architect and environmentalist Duncan Stewart addressed a small group on Friday night. In the course of a rambling and impassioned rant - at the end of which, Breda Moynihan Cronin was trying to get him to shut up - Stewart opined that he hoped and believed that Labour would be part of the next government.

However, he added: ‘‘I don’t necessarily believe that Fine Gael are...

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