Gilmore comes out swinging at Labour Conference

Lashing out at Fianna Fáil’s links to bankers and property developers and promising to reverse cuts in education, Labour leader Eamon Gilmore last night proposed schemes to take people off the dole and into work placement, and called on the governmen

28th March, 2009

Lashing out at Fianna Fáil’s links to bankers and property developers and promising to reverse cuts in education, Labour leader Eamon Gilmore last night proposed schemes to take people off the dole and into work placement, and called on the government to protect jobs by state intervention.

In his televised address to the Labour Conference in Mullingar last night, Gilmore reiterated his belief that the government must protect jobs in order...

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