Labour Party leader and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore emailed party members this weekend in a bid to calm grassroots nerves amid ongoing controversy over Minister for Health James Reilly's addition of two primary care centres in his constituency.
Gilmore promised to take steps to work with the party chairman Colm Keaveney, and the executive and central council of Labour to address concerns about the resignation of Roisin Shortall over the location of primary care...
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